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Full text of "Register of the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Missouri : organized in St. Louis, Mo., November 22, 1894"

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GOVERNOR-GENERAL. 

FREDERIC J. DePEYSTER, New York. 

DEPUTY GOVERNOR-GENERALS. 

For New York, CHARLES H. MURRAY. 

For Pennsylvania,- - - Rev. C. ELLIS STEVENS, LL. D., D. C L. 

For Maryland, - - - - Gen. JOSEPH LANCASTER BRENT. 

For Massachusetts,- - - Gen. WILLIAM F. DRAPER, Rome, Italy. 

For District of Columbia, Rear Admiral FRANCIS ASBURY ROE. U. S. N. 

For New Jersey, - - - MALCOLM MACDONALD. 

For Connecticut, - - - Hon. WILLIAM HAMMERSLEY. 

For Vermont, - - - - Col. EDWARD A. CHITTENDEN. 

For Missouri, - - - - HENRY CADLE. 

For Illinois. JOSIAH LEWIS LOMBARD. 

For New Hampshire,- - Hon. HENRY O. KENT. 

For Virginia, - - - - Hon. RICHARD THOMAS WALKER DUKE, Jr. 

For Nebraska, - - - - Hon. J. STERLING MORTON. 

For Minnesota,- - - - RUKARD HURD. 

For Kentucky, - - - - DAVID MAY JONES. 

For California, - - - - SPENCER ROANE THORPE. 

For Colorado, - - - - ARTHUR SMITH DWIGHT. 

For Iowa, Rt. Rev. WILLIAM STEVENS PERRY, LL. D. 

For Georgia, JOHN AVERY GERE. 

For Michigan, - - - - TRUMAN H. NEWBERRY. 

For Wisconsin, - - - - Captain PHILIP READE. U. S. A. 

For Delaware, - - - - Hon. IGNATIUS GRUBB. 

For Rhode Island, - - - Hon. ELISHA DYER. 

SECRETARY-GENERAL. 
. HOWLAND PELL, Lords Court Bldg., 40 Exchange Place, New York. 

DEPUTY SECRETARY-GENERAL. 
EDWARD TRENCHARD, - New York. 

TREASUR ER-GENER AL. 
EDWARD SHIPPEN, - 532 Walnut Street, Pbifcidelphia, Pa. 

DEPUTY TREASURER-GENERAL. 
S. VICTOR CONSTANT, New York. 

REGISTRAR-GENERAL. 
GEORGE NORBURY MACKENZIE, 1808 Park Ave.. Baltimore, Md. 

HISTORIAN-GENERAL. 
FRANCIS ELLINGWOOD ABBOT, PH. D„ - - Cambridge, Mass. 

CHAPLAIN-GENERAL. 
The Rt. Rev. JOHN WILLIAMS, D. D., LL. D., - - - Conn. 

SURGEON-GENERAL. 
SAMUEL CLAGETT CHEW, M. D. 

CHANCELLOR-GENERAL. 
Hon. THOMAS F. BAYARD, Delaware. 

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OFFICERS OF THE 
SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS 

IN THE STATE OF MISSOURI, 

ELECTED OCTOBER 9, J897. 

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GOVERNOR. 
HORATIO NELSON SPENCER, M. D., St. Louis. 

DEPUTY-GOVERNOR* 
Hon. CLARK HAMILTON SAMPSON, St. Louis. 

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. 
THOMAS JAMES, Kansas City. 

SECRETARY. 
HOBART BRINSMADE, 709 Washington Ave., St. Louis. 

DEPUTY-SECRETARY. 
HARRY LEACH BLOCK, St. Louis. 

TREASURER. 
HENRY PURKITT WYMAN, JOJ South Main Street, St. Louis. 

REGISTRAR. 
HENRY CADLE. Bethany. 

HISTORIAN. 
JAMES THOMAS SANDS, St. Louis. 

CHAPLAIN. 
Rt. Rev. DANIEL SYLVESTER TUTTLE, D. D., S. T. D. (Bishop of Missouri), St. Louis. 

GENTLEMEN OF THE COUNCIL. 
Horatio Nelson Spencer, M. D. Richard Aylett Barret. 

Hon. Clark Hamilton Sampson. Orlando Powers Bloss. 

Thomas James. John Crocker Foote. 

Hobart Brinsmade. Alfred Lee Shapleigh. 

Henry Puildtt Wyman. Hon. George Eliot Leighton. 

Henry Cadle. Frederick Newton [tide on. 

George Amos Newcomb. Hon. Seldon Palmer Spencer. 

Nortis Bradford Gregg. 

DELEGATES TO THE GENERAL SOCIETY. 
Edgar Clinton Hays, M. D. Prof. Alexander Frederick Fleet, LL. D. 

Rev. Samuel Newell Watson, D. D. Hon. Charles Edward Pearce. 

David Dickey Sabin. 

ALTERNATES. 
John Frederic Randall. Lieut. Francis Anderson Winter, M.D^U^A. 

Lauren Chase Eastman. Hugh Campbell Ward. 

James William A twill. 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP. 
Hobart Brinsmade. Hon. Selden Palmer Spencer. 

Curtiss Crane Gardiner. William Henry Gregg, Jr. 

Charles Hadley Wyman. 

COMMITTEE ON HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS. 
Hon. Milton Welsh. Dr. Edmund Cone Brush. 

RU Rev. Charles Reuben Hale, D. D., LL. D. 

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^BY-LAWS OF THE 
^MISSOURI SOCIETY. 

NAME. i 

HIS organization shall be known as the Society 
of Colonial Wars in the State of Missouri, 
and is a part of the General Society of Colonial 
Wars, and its headquarters shall be in the 
City of St Louis, Missouri* 

OFFICERS. 

II. — The officers of the Society, to be elected annually 
from the members of the Society, shall be a Governor, a 
Deputy-Governor, a Lieutenant-Governor, a Secretary, 
a Deputy-Secretary, a Treasurer, a Registrar, a Historian 
and a Chaplain. These officers, excepting the Historian, 
Deputy-Secretary and Chaplain, shall be ex-officio mem- 
bers of the Council ; and in addition the Council shall be 
composed of nine other persons. 

FEES AND DUES. 

HI. — The initiation fee shall be five dollars. The annual 
dues, payable on or before January 1st of each year, shall 
be five dollars. The payment at one time of $75 shall 
constitute life membership, and shall exempt the member 
so paying from annual dues. 

QUAUFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP. 

IV.* — Any male person above the age of twenty-one 
years, of good moral character and reputation, shall be 
eligible to membership in this Society, who is lineally 
descended in the male or female line, from an ancestor : 

(J) Who served as a military or naval officer, or as a 
soldier, sailor or marine, or as a privateersman under 
authority of the Colonies which afterward formed the United 
States, or in the forces of G reat Britain which participated 

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with those of the said Colonies in any wars in which the 
said Colonies were engaged, or in which they enrolled 
men, from the settlement of Jamestown, May 13th, 1607, 
to the battle of Lexington, April 19th, 1775; or 

(2) Who held office in any of the Colonies between the 
dates above mentioned, either as 

(a) Director-General, Vice-Director-General or member 
of the Council or legislative body in the Colony of New 
Netherlands ; 

(b) Governor, Lieutenant or Deputy-Governor, Lord 
Proprietor, member of the King's or Governor's Council or 
legislative body in the Colonies of New York, New Jersey, 
Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware ; 

(c) Lord Proprietor, Governor, Deputy-Governor, or 
member of the Council or of the legislative body in Mary- 
land and the Carolinas ; 

(d) Governor, Deputy-Governor, Governor's Assistant 
or Commissioner to the United Colonies of New England, 
or member of the Council, body of Assistants or legislative 
body in any of the New England Colonies. 

ELECTION OF MEMBERS. 

V. — Members shall be elected as follows : A candidate 
must beproposed by one member of the Society and seconded 
by another. The candidate, or his proposers, shall send his 
name and documents or other proof of qualifications to the 
Secretary, who shall transmit them to the Membership 
Committee. The Committee shall carefully investigate 
the same. If the candidate be a resident within the juris- 
diction of another State Society, the said Committee shall, 
through the Secretary, obtain the consent of the Council 
of such State Society before making favorable report. 
Upon favorable report by the Committee, the Council of 
this Society may elect him by ballot. 

A candidate receiving two negative votes shall fail of 
election. 

Payment of the initiation fees and dues shall be a pre- 
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GOVERNOR. 

VI. — The Governor, or in his absence the Deputy-Governor 
or Lieutenant-Governor, or in their absence a chairman pro 
tern, shall exercise the duties of presiding officer at all meet- 
ings of the Society, under the usual rules of parliamentary 
laws, subject to an appeal to the Society. He shall have 
power to convene the Council at his discretion or upon 
the written request of two members of the Council, or 
upon the like request of five members of the Society. 

SECRETARY. 

VH. — The Secretary shall conduct the general corre- 
spondence of the Society and keep a record thereof. He 
shall notify all elected candidates of their admission, and 
perform such other duties as the Society or his office may 
require. He shall have charge of the seal, by-laws, histor- 
ical and other documents and records of the Society, other 
than those required to be deposited with the Registrar, and 
shall affix the seal to all properly authenticated certificates 
of membership, and transmit the same to the members to 
whom they may be issued. He shall notify the Registrar 
of all admissions to membership. He shall certify all acts 
of the Society, and, when required, authenticate them under 
seal. He shall have charge of printing and publications 
issued by the Society. He shall give due notice of the time 
and place of the holding of all Courts of the Society and of 
the Council. He shall keep fair and accurate records of 
all the proceedings and orders of the Society and of the 
Council, and shall give notice to each officer who may be 
affected by them of all votes, resolutions and proceedings 
of the Society or of the Council, and at the General Court, 
or oftener, shall report the names of those candidates who 
have been admitted to membership and thoi;e whose resig- 
nations have been accepted, and of those members who 
have been expelled. In his absence from any meeting, 
the Deputy-Secretary shall act, or a Secretary pro tern. 
may be designated therefor. 



TREASURER. 

VIIL — The Treasurer shall collect and keep the funds 
and securities of the Society, and as often as those funds 
shall amount to Fifty Dollars, they shall be deposited in 
some bank in the City of St. Louis, which shall be desig- 
nated by the Council, to the credit of the Society of Colonial 
Wars, in the State of Missouri, and such fund shall be 
drawn thence on the checks of the Treasurer for the pur- 
pose of the Society only. Out of these funds he shall pay 
such sums only as may be ordered by the Society or 
Council, or his office may require. He shall keep a true 
account of his receipts and payments, and at each annual 
meeting render the same to the Society. For the faithful 
performance of his duty, he may be required to give such 
security as the Society may deem proper. 

REGISTRAR. 

IX. — The Registrar shall receive from the Society and 
file all the proofs upon which membership has been 
granted, with a list of all diplomas countersigned by him, 
and all documents which the Society may obtain, and he, 
under the direction of the Council, shall make copies of 
such papers as the owners may not be willing to leave in 
the keeping of the Society. 

HISTORIAN. 

X. — The Historian shall keep a detailed record of all 
historical and commemoration celebrations of the Society. 
And he shall edit and prepare for publication such historical 
addresses, papers and other documents as the Society may 
see fit to publish. Also a necrological list of each year, 
and biographies of deceased members. 

CHAPLAIN. 

XI. — The Chaplain shall be an ordained minister of a 
Christian Church, and it shall be his duty to officiate when 
called upon by the proper officers. 



THE COUNCIL. 

XEL — The Council shall meet as often as required or at 
the call of the Governor, or at the call of the Secretary, or 
at the written request of two of its members* Three shall 
be a quorum for the transaction of business. They shall 
have control and management of the affairs and funds of 
the Society. They may accept the resignation of any 
member of the Society. At the General Court, they shall 
submit to the Society a report of their proceedings during 
the past year. The Council shall have the power to drop 
from the roll the name of any members of the Society who 
shall be at least two years in arrears, and shall fail on 
proper notice to pay the same within sixty days, and on 
being dropped, his membership shall cease ; but he may 
be restored to membership at any time by the Council 
upon his written application, and the payment of all such 
arrears from the date when he was dropped to the date of 
his restoration. The Council may suspend any officer 
for cause, which must be reported to the Society, and 
action taken on the same within sixty days. 

COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP. 

XIII. — The Committee on Membership shall consist of 
five members. They shall be chosen by ballot at the 
General Court of the Society, and shall be elected for a 
period of one year. Three members shall constitute a 
quorum, and a negative vote of two members shall cause 
an adverse report to the Council on the candidate's 
application: A candidate who has been rejected by the 
Council shall be ineligible for membership for a space of 
one year from date of rejection, except upon the unani- 
mous vote of the Committee. 

The Committee shall have power to make by-laws for 
its government, not inconsistent with the constitution or 
by-laws of the Society. 

RESIGNATION. 

XIV. — No resignation of any member shall become 
effective unless consented to by the Council. 

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DISQUALIFICATION. 

XV. — No person who may be enrolled as a member of 
this Society shall be permitted to continue in membership 
when his proofs of descent or eligibility shall be found to 
be defective. The Council, after thirty days' notice to such 
person to substantiate his claim, and upon his failure satis- 
factorily so to do, may require the Secretary to erase his 
name from the membership list. The said person shall 
have a right to appeal to the Society at its next Court or 
at the General Court. If the said appeal be sustained by a 
two-thirds vote of the members present at such Court, the 
said person's name shall be restored to said membership list. 



EXPULSION OR SUSPENSION. 

XVI. — Any member for cause or conduct detrimental 
or antagonistic to the interest or purposes of the Society, 
or for just cause, may be suspended or expelled from the 
Society ; but no member shall be expelled or suspended 
unless written charges be presented against such member 
to the Council. The Council shall give reasonable notice 
of such charges and afford such member reasonable oppor- 
tunity to be heard and refute the same. The Council, after 
hearing such charges, may recommend to the Society the 
expulsion or suspension of such member, and if the recom- 
mendation of the Council be adopted by a majority vote of 
the members of the Society present at such Court, he shall 
be so expelled or suspended, and the insignia of said 
member shall thereupon be returned to the Treasurer of 
the Society, and his rights therein shall be extinguished 
or suspended. The Treasurer shall refund to the said 
member the amount paid for the said insignia. 

Special Courts may be called by the Governor at such 
times as in his opinion the interests of the Society may 
demand, and must be called by the Secretary on the written 
request of three members. All notices of meetings shall 
be sent out at least six days before the date of the meeting. 

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SERVICE OF NOTICE. 

XVII. — It shall be the duty of every member to inform 
the Secretary of any change in his place of residence and 
of his postoffice address. 

CERTIFICATE OF MEMBERSHIP. 

XVin. — Members may receive a certificate of member- 
ship, which shall be signed by the Governor, Secretary 
and Registrar. 

ALTERATION OR AMENDMENT. 

XIX. — No alteration or amendment of the by-laws 
shall be made unless notice shall have been duly given in 
writing, signed by the membsr proposing the same, at a 
Court of the Society. 

The Secretary shall send a printed copy of the proposed 
amendment to the members of the Society, and state the 
Court at which the same will be voted upon. No 
amendment or alteration shall be made unless adopted 
by a two-thirds vote of the members present at the Court 
voting upon the same. 

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ANNIVERSARY. 

The Society will meet annually in General Court and 
will hold a banquet on October \ Oth. This date is selected 
because it commemorates two most important events in 
Colonial History. 

First — The occupation cf Fort Chartres by English 
troops, October 10th, 1765. By the Treaty of Paris, con- 
cluded February I Oth, 1763, was settled for all time the 
question which had be;ui in doubt for a century — whether 
French or English civilization and rule should shape the 
destinies of this continent. By this treaty Canada and 
that portion of Louisiana between the Alleghenies and 
the Mississippi were ceded by the French and came into 
possession of Great Britain. Capt. Thomas Stirling, with 

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a company of the 42d Highlanders, came down the Ohio 
in boats from Fort Pitt (now Pittsburg), arriving early in 
October, 1765. On the tenth day of that month he 
relieved the French commander of Fort Chartres, St. 
Ange, who for some months had been under orders to 
give up the fort whenever a force of British came to relieve 
him. These were the first English troops who ever set 
foot in the Illinois country. Fort Chartres, built by the 
French in 1 720, was in its time the strongest fortress in 
America. Its ruins are on the left bank of the Mississippi 
River, in Randolph County, 111., fifty miles south of St. 
Louis and sixteen miles northwest of Kaskaskia. 

Seco?id — On October 10th, 1774, occurred the Battle of 
Point Pleasant, at the junction of the Kanawha with the 
Ohio River. This was a most important battle, and the 
complete victory over the Indians under Cornstalk put an 
end to their assaults upon our frontiers. 

Both these events were important Colonial footsteps in 
the direction of the West, and hence it seems most appro- 
priate that this day should be selected as the anniversary 
of the first Society formed west of the Alleghenies. 

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS 
AND MEMBERS, 

Family tradition will not be accepted by the Society for 
proof of ancestor's service. 

No original or supplemental application will be accepted 
by the Society that is not complete in the following par- 
ticulars: 

!♦ Containing a reference for each act of service of 
ancestor. 

2. No cyclopaedias or genealogical works to be accepted 
as authority for service of ancestor, but reference required 
to documentary records of the various Colonies, published 
Archives, histories of established reputation, and recognized 
works of local historical accuracy. 

3. Proceedings of Congress as well as the proceedings of 
the Conventions, Assemblies and Councils of the various 
Colonies. 

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4. The pagination of references in all cases to be required 
and verified* 

5. Reference to original documents to be supported by 
such documents, together with two type-written copies 
thereof, the original to be returned to the applicant after 
verification of copies in the office of Registrar. 

6. All applications must be endorsed by two members 
of the Society* 

The General Society publishes a Register which contains 
the names and services of the ancestors of the members of 
all the State Societies, one copy of which is furnished every 
member free. 

Supplemental applications will be published in the Reg- 
ister of the General Society, to the extent of six, without 
any extra charge. All in excess of six will be charged at 
the rate of one dollar each. 

The State Society also publishes a Register, containing 
the name and ancestor's service of the members of the 
Missouri Society, and publishes, free of charge, all supple- 
mental applications. One copy of this book is furnished 
every member free. Extra copies can be had for $1.25 
each. 

The rosette to be worn in the upper button-hole of left 
lapel of the coat may be had of the Treasurer, Henry P. 
Wyman, 101 South Main Street, St. Louis, at a cost of 
25 cents. 

The insignia, in gold, costing $26, or in silver gilt at 
$16, may be ordered through the Secretary. It is optional 
with members whether they purchase the rosette or 
insignia. 

The General Society issues a Diploma Certificate of 
Membership, engrossed on heavy parchment, with the 
signatures of the officers of the General Society and State 
Society attached. This Diploma is a line work of art. It 
is optional with members whether they purchase the same. 
If desired, it must be ordered through the Registrar of the 
State Society, and costs $7.75 framed, and express charges 
to be added from New York to destination. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATIONS, 

When descent can be shown from more than one ances- 
tor as described, supplemental applications may be filed — 
one for each additional line of descent. 

FEES. 

The membership fee is $5, and the annual dues $5, 
which sums must accompany the application. 

The General Society also requires a fee of fifty cents for 
filing every supplemental application, which sum must 
accompany the same. 

Blank applications and any information concerning the 
Society can be had by addressing the Secretary. 

HOBART BRINSMADE, 
709 Washington Avenue, 
ST. LOUIS, MO. 



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state Society General Society 

No. No. 

24 j\DAMS, WILLIAM PORTER. Chicago, 111. If 48 

Fourth in descent from Sergt. Thomas Adams (1723-1790), 
served in the Company of Capt. Stephen Whipple, Col. 
Plaisted's Regiment, Massachusetts troops, on the expedition 
to Crown Point, 1756, also Quality Sergeant in Capt. Whipple's 
Company, Col. Berie's Regiment, at Fort Edward, 1756. 

69 ^NDERSON, JOHN WHEELWRIGHT. Belvidere, 111. 1865 

Fourth in descent from Robert Clark (1710-1775), Repre- 
sentative to the General Court of New Hampshire, 1756-57. 

64 ^TWILL, JAMES WILLIAM. St. Joseph, Mo. 1769 

Fifth in descent from Ebenezer Burrill (1702-1778), Member 
of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, 1774. 

17 g ARRET, RICHARD AYLETT. St. Louis. 766 

Third in descent from William Winston (1737-1799), a 
Lieutenant in the Virginia troops, in French and Indian Wars. 

Fifth in descent from William Ayiett (1697-1760), Burgess, 
King William County, Virginia, 1723-26. 

Sixth in descent from Mordecai Cooke, Member Virginia 
House of Burgesses, 1696, 1702, 1714. 

Sixth in descent from Henry Corbin, Member of the Council 
of Virginia, 1663. 

Fifth in descent from Peter Presley, Burgess, Northumber- 
land County, Virginia, 1711, '12, '15, '18, '19, '23, '26, '36, 
'44, '45. 

Sixth in descent from William Presley (1621-1669), Member 
of the Virginia House of Burgesses, 1647. 

Seventh in descent from Charles Barret (1565-1634). Lord 
Proprietor of New Albion, New Jersey, Sxaten Island, and 
Long Island, 1634. 

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State Society General Society 

No. No. 

65 3 ASCOME, WESTERN RADFORD. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1770 

Fourth in descent from Philip Kearny (1 704-4775), Member 
of the Legislature of New Jersey, J 746- J 747. 

Fifth in descent from Michael Kearney, Treasurer of the 
Province of East New Jersey, 1 723-25. Held a commission in 
H. M. Navy. Clerk of the General Assembly, Province of 
New Jersey. 

Fourth in descent from John Watts (1 71 5-i 739), Member of 
New York Colonial Council, 1 758-76. Member of Colonial 
Assembly, 1752-59. 

Sixth in descent from William Nicoll (1657-1723), Member 
Council, New York, 1691-93. Speaker of Colonial Assembly, 
J 702-18. Attorney General, 1637-90. 

Seventh in descent from Matthias Nicoll (1621-87), Captain 
in the British Army, 1664. Secretary of the Province of New 
York, 1664-30. Member of the King's Council, 1667-S0. 
Speaker of Provincial Assembly, 1633. Judge of the Court of 
Admiralty, 1686. Mayor of New York, 1672. 

Seventh in descent from Colonel Jeremias Van Rensselaer 

( — -1674), the Second Patroon. Member of the Colonial 

Assembly, and Speaker, 1664. Colonel of Militia at Albany. 

Seventh in descent from Philip Pieterse Schuyler (1623-83), 
Captain in New York Provincial forces, 1667. Captain of 
Foot at Schenectady, New York Provincial forces, 1669. 

Fifth in descent from Etienne (Stephen) de Lancey (1663- 
1741 ), Member New York Coloniai Assembly, 1702, '09, 1716, 
^25, '27. 

Sixth in descent from Colonel Stephanus Van Cortlandt 
(1643-1700), KhVs County Regiment, 1671-93. Member of 
King's Council, 1680-1700. 

Seventh in descent from Colonel Oloff Stevensen Van 
Cortlandt (1600-34), in 1649 Colonel of the Burgher Corps, 
and in 1655-64, the last Burgomaster of New Amsterdam 
before the English Conquest. 

Eighth in descent from Brant Arentse Van Slichtenhorst, 
First Resident Director of the Colonie of Rensselaerwyck, 
i 646-48, and Commander of the Fort at Rensselaer wyck. 

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State Society General Society 

No. No. 

63 BLOCK, HARRY LEACH. St. Louis. 1768 

Fifth in descent from Dr. Thomas Walker (1715-94), 
Adjutant to the Frontier Counties of Virginia, 1 754. Served in 
the expedition to the Ohio against the French. "Was at Brad- 
dock's defeat. Member of the House of Burgesses. 

61 £$ L0SS > ORLANDO POWERS. Kansas City, Mo. 1535 

Sixth in descent from Exercise Conant (1637-1722), 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts for Beverly, 
1682, '83, '84. 

Seventh in descent from Roger Conant (1592-1679), 
Governor of the Massachusetts Colony at Cape A^n, 1625-26, 
and Salem, 1627-29. Deputy to the General Court, 1634. 

Sixth in descent from Jonathan Crane (1658- ), Ensign 

and Lieutenant of the Train Band of Windham, Connecticut, 
1695, 1703. Deputy to the General Court, 1707, '09, '11, '13, 
'14, '17, '21, '22. 

39 gRINSMADE, HOBART. St. Louis. 1266 

Fourth in descent from Rev. James Bebee, Chaplain of 3d 
Regiment, Connecticut troops, 17o0. 

56 J^ROWN, COL. WILLIS. Buffalo, N. Y. 1349 

Fourth in descent from John Brown (1713-1776), Corporal 
in the Company of Capt. Hercules Mooney, Col. Nathaniel 
Meserve's Regiment, New Hampshire troops, under the 
immediate command of Lieut.-Col. Goife in the Crown Point 
Expedition, 1757. 

25 g RUSH, EDMUND CONE, M. D. Zanesville, Ohio. 1149 

Fourth in descent from Col. Joseph Spencer (1714-1789), 
Major in the 2d Connecticut Regiment under Col. Whiting, 
and subsequently Lieut.-Col. in the French and Indian Wars 
in 1758, and at the outbreak of the Revolution was Colonel of 
the 12th Regiment of the Colony Militia. General in the 
Revolution. 

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No. *o. 

1 QADLE, HENRY. Bethany, Mo. 385 

Fifth in descent from James Johnson (1677-1752), Ensign of 
New Hampshire troops in Queen Anne War, J 705. 

Fifth in descent from John Johnson 694- J 750), a private 
in Capt. Week's Company, New Hampshire troops, in the 
Queen Anne War, J7X2. Also private in Capt. John Goffe's 
Company, New Hampshire troops, in King; George's War, 
1 746. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Marston (1615-1690), 
Representative to the General Court of Massachusetts, J 677, 
and Representative to the General Court of New Hampshire, 
1680-84. 

Eighth in descent from Roger Shaw ( - 1 66 1), Represen- 
tative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1651, '52, '53. 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Robie (t 659-171 7), a soldier 
in King William's War, from Hampton, N. H., 1 694, 

Eighth in descent from William Eastow ( -1665) t Repre- 
sentative to the General Court oi Massachusetts, 1 644, '48, '49. 

Sixth in descent from William Lane (1659- 1 749), a soldier 
in King William's War, from Hampton, N. H., 1694. 

Eighth in descent from Christopher Hussey (1595-1686), a 
member of the Council of New Hampshire, 1680. Represen- 
tative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1658-60. 

Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Batchelder, Sr. (1630- 
1710), Representative to the General Court of New Hampshire, 
1695. 

Sixth in descent from James Fc gg (1668-1760), a soldier in 
King William's War, from Hampton, N. H., 1694. 

Sixth in descent from Ephraim Marston (1655 -1712), Repre- 
sentative to the General Court of New Hampshire* 1697-1709, 
'15, 9 \6, '17- 

Sixth in descent from John Redman (1672-1718), a soldier 
in King William's War, from Hampton, N. H., 1694. 

Seventh in descent from John Redman, Sr., Representative 
to the General Court of New Hampshire, 1722. 

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Eighth in descent from Robert Page (1604-1679), Represen- 
tative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1 657-63* 

Sixth in descent from Stephen Batchelder (1676-1748), a 
soldier in King William's War, from Hampton, N. H., 1 694. 

Seventh in descent from John Sanborn. Ensign and Lieu- 
tenant of the Military Company of Hampton, N. H., 1 679. 

66 QaDLE, CHARLES FRANCIS. Muscatine, Iowa. 1806 

Seventh in descent from Lieutenant Henry Adams (1604-76), 
Lieutenant Medfield, Massachusetts Militia. Deputy, 1 659. 
Member Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1652. 
Killed at the door of his house by the Indians, King Philip's 
War. 

Eighth in descent from Lieutenant Joseph Wheeler. Lieuten- 
ant of Concord Militia in King Philip's War, 1 676. 

Seventh in descent from Nathaniel Ballord, a Soldier in 
King Philip's War. 

Seventh in descent from John How ( -1689). In garrison 

at Sudbury, 1675, King Philip's War. 

Seventh in descent from Peter Bulkeley (1641-88), Concord, 
Massachusetts. Deputy to the General Court, 1673-76. Speaker 
of the House* 1676. Governor's Assistant, 1677-85. 

Seventh in descent from Lieutenant Francis Peabody (1614- 
'97), Lieutenant in the Militia, Topsfield, Mass., 1668. 

Fourth in descent from David How, Jr. (1717-1802). In 
"Gentlemen of Horse," under command of Captain Josiah 
Brown, French and Indian Wars, 1739. 

Fifth in descent from David How (1674-1759), Soldier in 
French and Indian Wars, in Capt. Samuel Willard's Company, 
1725. 

Sbcth in descent from Samuel How (1642-1713), Sudbury, 
Mass. Soldier in Captain Danforth* s Company, King Philip's 
War. His loss by an attack of the Indians on Sudbury, April 
21, 1676, placed at £140. 

Seventh in descent from John Bent, Sr. ( 1 596- i 672), Sud- 
bury. Private in Major Simon Willard's Troop of Horse, 
Expedition against Ninigret, 1654, Colony of Massachusetts 
Bay. 

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Seventh in descent from Samuel Rice (1634-1685). Was 
member of the Garrison at the house of Joseph Rice in Marl- 
boro, Mass., in October, 1 675. 

Eighth in descent from Edmund Rice (1594-1663). Repre- 
sentative to the General Court of Massachusetts in J 640 and 
later* 

Seventh in descent from Sergeant Richard Haven ( -J 703). 

Sergeant in the Militia Company of Lynn. In Captain 
Brocklebank's Marlboro Garrison, June 24, J 676, King Philip's 
War. 

Eighth in descent from William Ballard (1602-1641), Deputy 
to the Quarterly Court, 1 638. Member of Artillery Company, 
1638. 

Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Fisk (1653- -), Soldier in 

Captain Henchman's Company, 1675, and in Captain John 
Cutler's Company, 1676, King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from George Hubbard ( -1683), Deputy 

to the General Court of Connecticut, 1637-41, 1643-50. 

Eighth in descent from Ellis Barron. In Garrison at Wood- 
cock's, August 23, 1675. Soldier in Captain Sill's Company, 
August 24, 1676, King Philip's War. 

Seventh in descent from Jonathan Whitney (1633-1702), 
Soldier in Captain Sill's Company, August 24, 1676, King 
Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from John Whitney* Sr., Soldkr 
in Captain Davenport's Company, 1675, King Philip's 
War. 

Seventh in descent from Daniel Warren, Sr. (1628- ), 

Soldier in Captain Davenport's Company, 1675-6, King 
Philip's War. 

33 QANDEE, HENRY HINSDALE.* Cairo, 111. 1157 

Fifth in descent from Samuel Candee (1678-1749), Lieutenant 
of the Company or Train Band of the Parish of New Haven, 
Conn., 1731. Captain, 1737. 

Fourth in descent from Joseph Tuttle (1692-1761), Quarter- 
master of the 2d Regiment, Connecticut troops, 1 742. Captain 
of the East Haven Company or Train Band, 1 743. 

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Seventh in descent from Thomas Munson (1612-1685), one 
of the early pioneers and settlers of New Haven, 1 637* Served 
in the Pequot "War under Mason. Served as Sergeant, 1 642, 
of "Trayned Band"; Ensign, 1661-64; Lieutenant, J 664-76. 
Lieutenant Trained Band, New Haven Colony. Served under 
Treat in Kin? Philip's V/ar. Commissioned Captain, J 676, of 
New Haven County soldiers. 

32 QANDEE, HENRY SAFFORD. Cairo, IU. 1156 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Candee (1678-1749), Lieutenant 
of the Company or Train Band of the Parish of New Haven, 
Conn., J 731. Captain, J 737. 

Fifth in descent from Joseph Tuttle ( 1 692- 1 16 1), Quarter- 
master of the 2d Regiment. Connecticut troops, 1 742. Captain 
of the East Haven Company or Train Band, 1743. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Munson (1612-1685), one 
of the early pioneers and settlers of New Haven, 1 637. Served 
in the Pequot War under Mason. Served as Sergeant, 1642, 
of "Trayned Band"; Ensign, 1661-64; Lieutenant, 1664-76. 
Lieutenant Trained Band, New Haven Colony. Served under 
Treat in KingJPhilip's War. Commissioned Captain, 1676, of 
New Haven County soldiers. 

12 (JARTER, JOHN SCOTT. St. Louis. 761 

Sixth in descent from Robert Carter (1663-1732), Speaker of 
the House of Burgesses, in Virginia, six years. Was Treasurer 
of the Colony, and pending the arrival of Gov. Gooch, he acted 
as Governor one year. 

38 QLARKE, WILLIAM BINGHAM. Kansas City, Mo. 1162 

Sixth in descent from George Clark (1610-1690), Deputy to 
the General Court of Connecticut, 1664, 66 t T 69 r '73. 

70 QRUTCHER, EDWIN RUTHVEN. Kansas City, Mo. 2091 

Fifth in descent from Colonel William Mayo (1684-1744). 
Major, 1 730. Colonel, 1 740. Goochland County Troop, Pro- 
vincial Forces, of Virginia. 

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68 D EWOLF > ED WINALLIS. St. Louis. 1 864 

Seventh in descent from Lieutenant Wm. Allis ( -1678), 

Lieutenant of Massachusetts Troops, King Philip's War, 1675. 

7 J^ASTMAN, LAUREN CHASE. Clinton, Iowa. 756 

Sixth in descent from Peter Tilton ( -J 696), Deputy to 

the General Court, 1675, '77, '79. Assistant, 1681-86. Colony 
of Massachusetts Bay. 

16 J^ DMUNDS, HON. HENRY LITTLETON. St. Louis. 765 

Ninth in descent from Gov. John West ( - ), Gov- 
ernor of Virginia, 1 635-37. 

Eighth in descent from Col. William Claiborne (1587-1676), 
Secretary of State of Virginia, 1625, '37, '52, '60. Member of 
Council, 1625, '60. In 1642 was made Treasurer of the Vir- 
ginia Colony for life. In 1653, Deputy Governor of Virginia. 
Commanded expedition against the Indians in 1629 and 1644. 

Seventh in descent from Col. William Browne ( - ), 

Member of the House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1673, '76, '77, 
'79, '82. County Lieutenant of Surry County, Va., 1687. 

2 pLEET,PROF.ALEX.FREDERICK,A.M.,LL.D. Culver,Ind. 402 

Sixth in descent from Lieut.-Col. Henry Fleete. Member 
First Maryland Assembly, 1637-38. Captured by the Anacosta 
Indians, 1623. Ransomed. 1627. Commissioned by Lord Balti- 
more, 1644, with the power of Captain-General to make Treaty 
of Peace with the Susquehannas. Burgess for Lancaster 
County, Va., 1652. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Brooke (1602- \ 655), B. A^, 
1620, M. A., 1624, Wadham College, Oxon. Commissioned 
by Lord Baltimore, September 20th, lo49. Commander-in- 
Chief oi a new County to be set out in Maryland, and Member 
of the Council. Commander of Charles County, 1650. 
Appointed March 29th, 1652, by Cromwell's Commissioners. 
President of the Council and acting Governor. 

Sixth in descent from Francis Hutchins. Member of Mary- 
land House of Assembly, 1694. 

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Seventh in descent from Capt. James Neale (J6J5-t634)^ 
Member Provincial Council. 1 643-44, and 1660-61. Member of 
House of Burgesses, 1666. Commissioner of the Treasury, 
1643. Fought In the Civil Wars of England on the side of the 
King. Attorney of Lord Baltimore at Amsterdam, to protest 
against the seating of the Dutch and Swedes on the Delaware 
River and Bay. Commissioned Captain by Lord Baltimore, 
1 66 1, to raise troops against the Dutch on Delaware Bay. 

15 pOOTE, JOHN CROCKER. Belvidere, 111. 764 

Sixth in descent from Q. M. Nathaniel Foote, II. (1647- 
1703), Quartermaster of Caot. William Turner's Company in 
the Tails Fight," May X 9th, \6'J6 f King Philips War. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Nathaniel Foote, HI. (1 682- J 774), 
appointed Ensign from the town of Branford, J 709. Ensign 
from Colchester, X72J ; Lieutenant, J 732; Captain, J 736 and 
1743. Deputy to the General Court, 1725, '26, '27, '28, '29, 
'30, '31, '32, '38, 39, '42, '43, '44, '45, '46. Served as Justice for 
Hartford County, 1731-62. Deputy to the General Court 
from the town of Branford, 1693-1700, '06, '08. 

Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Foote, first settler ( 1593- 
1644) . Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1641, '42, 
'44. 

Fourth in descent from Daniel Foote (1717-1801). Deputy 
to the General Court of Connecticut, 1762, '63, '64, f 6S f r 66, '67, 
'69, '71, '72, '73, '74, '75, '76. Justice for Hartford County, 
1763-74. 

Eighth in descent from Lieut. Samuel Smith (1602-1680); 
Lieutenant of Hadlcy Troop, 1663-78. Deputy to the General 
Court, 1661-73. Commissioner to negotiate with the Mohawks, 
1667. Colony of Massachusetts Bay. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Marshfield (1630-1692). 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, for Springfield, 
in 1680, '83, '84. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Jame.; Newton ( -1735) ; 

Captain of 1st Company, Colchester, Conn., 1716. Deputy to 
the General Court of Connecticut, 1713, '14, '15, '16. 

Eighth in descent from Nathaniel Ely (1585-1675). 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1657. 

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Sixth in descent from Lieut* Joseph Kellogg (J 627- J 707). 
Was a Lieutenant at Hadley, J 662. He was a Sergeant in 
Capt. William Turner's Company, in 'Tails Fight," May 19th, 
i676. 

Seventh in descent from Stephen Terry ( -1668). Served 

in the Windsor Troop of Horse, 1658, the first troop organized 
in the Colony of Connecticut. 

Eighth in descent from John Howland ( 1 593- 1 674). Signer 
of the Compact on Mayflower, 1 620. In the "First Encounter" 
Great Meadow Creek, December 6, 1 620. Assistant to 
Governor, J 633-35. In command of Kennebec Trading Post, 
X 634. Deputy to General Court, J 64 J. The "Beloved Pil- 
grim." 

Seventh in descent from John Howland, Jr. ( 1 627- ), 

"Ensign of the Military Companie of Barnstable," in 1 675 , in 
King Philip's War. Lieutenant of the Military Company of 
Barnstable, 1682. 

Eighth in descent from Deacon William Crocker (1612-92), 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1670, '71, '74. 

Ninth in descent from Joseph Loomis (1616-87), Soldier in 
King Philip's War from Connecticut. 

Sixth in descent from John Skinner (J 675- J 740), Ensign of 
Connecticut Troops, 1712. Lieutenant, 1715. Deputy to the 
General Court, 1726-27. 

Seventh in descent from William Swift ( -1706), Deputy 

to the General Court of Plymouth Colony, 1673, '76, '78. 

Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Beach (1662-1747), Deputy 
to the General Court of Connecticut, 1 727. 

Fifth in descent from Josiah Beach (1694- ), Ensign of Con- 
necticut Troops, 1733. Lieutenant, 1 741. 

Ninth in descent from John Tilly, Signer of the Compact on 
Mayflower, 1620. In the " First Encounter," Great Meadow 
Creek, December 6, 1620. 

Eighth in descent from Philip Groves, ( -1675), Deputy to 

the General Court of Connecticut lor Stratford, 1642. '4<S, '51, 
'53, '54, '55, '56, '60, '61, '62, '63, r 65. In 1660, appointed one 
of the Grand Jury for the Colony. Assistant Magistrate, 1654, 
'55, '56. In 1653, on the Committee on impending war with 
the Dutch. 

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4 QARDINER, CURTISS CRANE. St. Louis. 753 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Lion Gardiner (1599-1663), 
Lieutenant in the English Army. Engineer and Master of 
Works of Fortifications in Leagues of the Prince of Orange in 
the Low Countries* Engineer at Boston. Constructor and 
Commander of Saybrcok Fort. Pequot War. The first English- 
man seated in New York. Lord of the Isle of Wight, "now 
called Gardiner's Island/' 

Seventh in descent from Capt. George Denison (1620-1694), 
Captain, New London County forces in King Philip's Wan 
Served in Maj. John Mann's. Expedition and in Maj. Talcott's 
Expedition. Second in command to Maj. Robert Treat in the 
Great Swamp Fight. Served on the Frontier. Captured the 
Indian Chief Canonchet. Chosen with Maj. John Mason to 
assist the Pequot Chiefs to govern their tribes. Assistant and 
Deputy from Stonington to the General Court fifteen terms, 
Colony of Connecticut* ' 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Stanton (1616-1677), 
Indian interpreter to John Winthrop the Younger, in Connec- 
ticut, before the Pequot War. 

Seventh in descent from John Howland (1592-1673), Signer 
of the Compact on Mayflower, 1620. *'In the first encounter" 
Great Meadow Creek, December 6, 1620. Assistant to Gov- 
ernor, 1633-35. In command of Kennebec Trading Post, 1634. 
Deputy to General Court, 1641, et seq. The " Beloved Pilgrim/' 

60 QARVIN, FRANK HAMILTON. Omaha, Neb. 1534 

Fifth in descent from Joseph Bostwick ( -1756), Lieutenant 

of New Milford, Connecticut, Troops, 1738. Captain, 1743. 

9 QREEN, JOHN, M. D. St. Louis. 758 

Eighth in descent from Gov. Thomas Dudley (1576-1653), 
second Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, lt>34, '40, '45, 
'50. Deputy-Governor, 1630, '34, '37, '40, '46, r 50, '51, '52. 
Assistant, 1635, '36, '41, '44. In office continuously twenty- 
two years. Commissioner for the United Colonies, 1643, '47, 
'49, and twice President of tb e United Colonies. Major-General, 
1646. Signed the Charter of Harvard College, 1650. 

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Fourth in descent from Brig.-Gen. Timothy Ruggles (1711- 
1795), Provincial forces of Massachusetts. On the northern 
frontiers, French and Indian Wars, 1756-63. Delegate to the 
Congress which met in New York in 1765, and President of 
the same. 

18 QREGG, WILLIAM HENRY. St. Louis. 767 

Third in descent from Maj. Samuel Gregg (1733-1308), 
Sergeant in Capt. Rodger's Company of Rangers in the French 
ana Indian Wars, 1758. Was in the Cape Breton Expedition 
and at the storming of the French works at Caberrus Bay. 

19 QREGG,NORRIS BRADFORD. St. Louis. 768 

Fourth in descent from Maj. Samuel Gregg ( 1 733- 1 803), 
Sergeant in Capt. Rodger s Company of Rangers in the French 
ano Indian Wars, 1753. Was in the Cape Breton Expedition 
and at the storming of the French works at Caberrus Bay. 

20 Q REGG, WILLIAM HENRY, Jr. St. Louis. 769 

Fourth in descent from Maj. Samuel Gregg (1738- J 808), 
Sergeant in Capt. Rodger's Company of Rangers in the French 
and Indian Wars, J 753. Was in the Cape Breton Expedition 
and at the storming of the French works at Caberrus Bay. 

29 H ALE, RT. REV. CHARLES REUBEN, D.D., LLJX, 

11 BISHOP OF CAIRO. Cairo, 111. 1153 

Sixth in descent from Samuel Hale i .'16*0-1693), a soldier in 
the Pequot War. Deputy to the General Court of Connec- 
ticut, 1656-59. 

Fifth in descent from Lieut.Samuel Hale ( 1 645-1 711), Lieuten- 
ant Glastonbury Train Band, 1693. Deputy to the General 
Court of Connecticut, 1695/96/97, 1701, '02, '04, '05, '06. 

Seventh in descent from Gov. Thomas Welles (1598-1660), 
Wethersfield, Conn., Magistrate oi Governing Court, 1637-60. 
Treasurer, 1639-51. Secretary, 1640-43. Governor pro. tern., 
1651. Deputy Governor, 1654, '56, '57, f 59. Governor, 1655- 
58. Commissioner for the United Colonies, 1649. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Samuel Welles (1630-1675), 
Commander of the Wet hers! ield Train Band. Deputy to the 
General Court, 1657, '62. 

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Sixth in descent from Ichabod Welles (1 660- 1 706), Commis- 
sary to the expedition tsnder Sir William Phfpps against the 
Indians, March, 1 693. High Sheriff of the Colony, J 70 J. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas "Welles, Jr. ( 1 627- 1 668), 
Quartermaster of the troops under the command of IViaj. John 
Mason. Deputy to the General Court, J 662. Assistant, J 663. 

Fifth in descent from Jonathan Welles (1689-1742), Cornet 
of the Hartford City Troop, 1726. 

Seventh in descent from John Talcott (1 600-1 660), Wethers- 
field, Conn., Deputy to General Court of Massachusetts, 1634- 
36. Deputy to General Court of Connecticut, 1 637-53. Assistant, 
\ 654-60. Treasurer, 1 652-60. Commissioner for the United 
Colonies, 1656-58. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Samuel Talcott ( 1 635-169 1) , of 
the Hartford Troop of Dragoons at Deerfieid, King William's 
War. Lieutenant, 1677. Captain, 1681. Deputy to the 
General Court, 1669-84. Assistant, 1685-91. 

Fifth in descent from Lieut. Benjamin Talcott (1674-1727), 
Lieutenant of the Glastonbury Train Band in 1713. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. John Hollister ( -1665), 

Deputy for Massachusetts, 1644; for Connecticut, 1645-56. 
Lieutenant Wethersfield Train Band. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. John Hollister, Jr. (1642-1711), 
Lieutenant in a Military Company at Hartford, 1676. 

Eighth in descent from Gov. William Pynchon (1590-166.*), 
Springfield, Mass. Chartered Incorporator and Assistant. 
Treasurer, 1632-34. "Governor of Springfield/ 1 ' 1641-50. 
Governing Magistrate of Connecticut, 16 37-35* 

Seventh in descent from Ensign William Goodrich ( -1676), 

Ensign in Wethersfield Train Band, commanded by Capt. 
Samuel Welles. Deputy to the General Court, 1660-66. 

Eighth in descent from Richard Treat ( 1590-1669), Deputy 
to the first General Court, 1637, r 44> for Wethersfield, Conn. 
Assistant, 1654-65. Named in the Royal Charter as one of 
the patentees for Connecticut, 1662. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Elizur Hoiyoke ( -1676), 

Springfield. Ensign. 1653. Lieutenant, (657. Capt., 1663. 
Deputy to General Court six terms from 1656. Was second 
in command at Springfield and Hadley during King Philip's 
War, Colony of Massachusetts Bay. 

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Eighth in descent from Edward Holyoke ( -1660), Repre- 
sentative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1 639, '43, '47, 
'48, '50. 

Seventh in descent from John White (1 600-1 683), Deputy 
to the Massachusetts General Court, 1 664-69. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Nathanael White (1629-1711), 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut eighty-five times 
(semi-annual sessions). Ensign, 1 665-77. Lieutenant, May 
10th, 1677. Captain, October 9th, 1690. 

Eighth in descent from Matthew Marvin (1 600-1687), 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1653. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. John Higley (1649-1714), 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1689. Commis- 
sioner. Lieutenant Simsbury Train Band, 1690. Captain, 
1698. 

Fifth in descent from Brewster Higley (1682-1760), Ensign 
in the North Company or Train Band at Simsbury, 1726. 

Seventh in descent from Ensign John Whitman ( -1692), 

Weymouth, Mass. Ensign, Military Company, 1645 to 1680. 

Seventh in descent from Gov. John Webster (1590-1661), 
one of the original settlers of Hartford, and one of the founders 
of the Colony of Connecticut. Deputy, 1637. Assistant, Hart- 
ford, Conn., 1639-55. Deputy-Governor, 1655. Governor, 
1656. First Magistrate, 1657, '58, '59. Judge of the Court, 
Hadley, Mass., 1660. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Robert Webster ( -1676), 

Lieutenant in the Middletown Train Band, 1654. Deputy to 
the General Court of Connecticut, 1653 and 1658. 

Fourth in descent from Ensign Timothy Seymour (1696- 
1749), Ensign of the Fourth Company, or Train Band, at 
Hartford, 1747. 

Sixth in descent from Nathanael Hokomb (1648- ), 

Deputy to General Court of Connecticut, 1703, '06. Lieutenant 
of the Simsbury Train Band, 1716. 

Seventh in descent from Anthony Stoddard ( -1687), 

Member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. 
Deputy to the General Court twenty-three times. Member of 
the Court of Commissioners, 1651-59. 

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Eighth in descent from Emanuel Downing (1595-1658), 
Salem. Assistant (J 639-49), Massachusetts Bay Colony. 
Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1639, '40, '41. 

Eighth in descent from George Alcock ( -1640), Deputy 

to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1634, '35, '36. 

Eighth in descent from John Porter, Sr. (1600-1 648), Deputy 
to the General Court of Connecticut, 1646, '47, '48. 

Seventh in descent from John Porter, Jr. (1628-1688), Mem- 
ber of the 1st Troop of Horse, Connecticut Colony, 1658. 
Deputy to the General Court, 1646. 

Sixth in descent from John Porter (1651- ), served in 

King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from "William Gay lord (1588-1673), Deputy 
to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1635-38. Deputy to 
the General Court of Connecticut, 1639, '43, f 5S* 

Seventh in descent from Edward Stebbins ( -1663), 

Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1639, '41, '48, 
'51, f 56. 

Eighth in descent from Thomas Standley ( -1663), 

Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1635. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. Nathanael Turner ( -1646), 

Captain in Pequot War, 1637. Assistant, 1639. Deputy to the 
General Court of Massachusetts, 163-1-36. In 1640 he was 
chosen Chief Military Officer of the New Haven Colony. 
Was Commissioner of the United Colonies in 1643. In 1646, 
he sailed for England in a ship which was never heard of 
afterwards. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Thomas Bull (1605-1684), 
served in the Pequot War, and was Captain of the Hartford 
Company which took part in the defense of Saybrook in 1675. 

Sixth in descent from Mai. Jonathan Bull (164<M702), 
Lieutenant of the Train Band of the North Side. Hartford, 
1689. Captain, 16 c /0. Major, 1697. Deputy, 1697. Assist- 
ant, 1697. 

Eighth in descent from Maior William Whiting ( -1647), 

Assistant and Second Colonial Treasurer, Colony of Connecti- 
cut, 1641-47. Served as Major in Colonial forces. 

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Seventh in descent from Rev. John Whiting (5 635-5689), 
Chaplain to the Hartford forces in King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Edward Collins ( 5 603-5 689), Deputy 
to the General Court of Massachusetts, 5654, '56, '57, '70. 

Seventh in descent from Isaac Moore ( -5706), Sergeant 

in the Farmington Train Band, 5649. Deputy to the General 
Court of Connecticut, 5657. 

Seventh in descent from John Norton, Sr. ( -5709), Deputy 

to the General Court of Connecticut, 5630-32. 

Seventh in descent from George Steele ( -5664), one of 

the original proprietors of Hartford. Served in the Pequot 
War. Deputy to the General Court, 5639-59. 

Sixth in descent from James Steele (5623-5752), a member 
of the 5st Connecticut Trooo under Maj. John Mason, Hart- 
ford, 5653. 

Eighth in descent from Deacon John Moore ( -5677), 

Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 5665-62). 

57 ]-[ AYES, JOHN. Red Oak, Iowa. 5350 

Third in descent from Capt. John Fassett (5720-5794), 
Captain of the 5st Military Company of Bennington, Vt., 5764. 

Fourth in descent from Jcsiah Fassett (5674- ), in the 

command of John Lane for the relief of Dunstable, July 4, 5 706. 



75 1^ AYS, EDGAR CLINTON, M. D. Hannibal, Mo. 2092 

Ninth in descent from Peter Montague. Member for Lan- 
caster County, House of Burgesses, Virginia, 5655-59. 



47 JAMES, THOMAS. Kansas City, Mo. 

Sixth in descent from Jamf-s Claypoole (5634-5 637) r a mem- 
ber of the Pennsylvania Provincial Council for Philadelphia 
County, 5687. 

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59 J UDSON, FREDERICK NEWTON. St. Louis. 1533 

Eighth in descent from Governor Thomas Welles (1598- 
1660), Wethersfield, Conn* Magistrate of Governing Court, 
1637-60. Second Treasurer, J 639-5*. Secretary, 1640-48. 
Governor, pro tern., 1651. Deputy Governor, 1654, f 56 f '57, 
'59. Governor, 1655, *5S. Commissioner for the United 
Colonies, 1649. 

44 LEIGHTON, HON. GEORGE ELIOT. St. Louis. 1271 

Fifth in descent from Capt. John Leighton (1661-1724), 
Ensign and Captain in Queen Anne War, 1 704. Representa- 
tive to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1704 and 1714. 

Sixth in descent from Robert Eliot (1640-1704), member of 
the Council of Nev/ Hampshire, 1683 to 16^0, under Lieut.- 
Gov. Cranfield; in 1692-98, under Lieut.-Gov.Usher; in 1699, 
under Lieut.-Gov. Partridge. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut.-Col. William Pepperrell, (1654- 
1734), Kittery, Me. Captain in command of the Company of 
Provincial Militia at Kittery, 1714. Commanda.nt of His 
Majesty's fort at Kittery Point, 1714. Subsequently Lieutenant- 
Colonel of the Provincial Militia of York County, Me. Justice 
of the Court of Common Pleas, 1715-30. Deputy to the 
General Court of Massachusetts, 1696, '97, 1708, '09, '24. 
Father of Sir William Pepperreii, Bart. Lieutenant-General 
and Commander-in-Chief at the Slc^c of Louisbourg, 1745. 
The first American-born Baronet of Great Britain. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. John Hill (1666-1713), Ensign in 
King William's Wat, 1689. Lieutenant, 1692. Captain, 1693. 

Built Fort Mary at Winter Harbor, and remained in command 
until 1700, when he resigned* 

Seventh in descent from Mai. Chas. Frost (1632-1697), 
Representative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1653, 
'78. Commandant of the Militia of Maine. 1664. Councillor 
of the Province ol Maine, 1693-97. Member of the Provincial 
Council, 16b\2. Captain under Maj. Waldron in King Philip's 
War, 1675. Major in King William's War, 1682-93. Killed 
by Indians, July 4th, 1697. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. Ambrose Gibbons (1600-1656), 
Deputy-Governor of Nev/ Hampshire, 1630. Captain Ports- 
mouth Colony Alarm, 1643. 

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34 MeRT^ 1 ™^ HUNTER McKEAND. Kansas City, Mo. 1158 

Sixth in descent from Nicholas Meriwether (1 647-1 744), 
Burgess for New Kent County, Virginia, J 702-17 J 4, 

Fifth in descent from Francis Thornton (1682- ), Burgess 

for Spottsylvania County, Virginia, 1 723-26* 

75 M CCORD ' WILLIAM HALLACK. Omaha, Neb. 2368 

Fifth in descent from Captain John Paxton (1 715- 1 787), 
Virginian Indian Wars. 

76 M CCORD >J AMES HAMILTON, St. Joseph, Mo. 2369 

Fifth in descent from Captain John Paxton (1715-1787), 
Virginian Indian Wars. 

77 ^/JCCORD, SAMUEL STEELE. St. Joseph, Mo. 2370 

Fifth in descent from Captain John Paxton (1715-1787), 
Virginian Indian Wars. 

78 J^JCCORD, FRANCIS. Kansas City, Mo. 2317 

Fifth in descent from Captain John Paxton (1715-1787), 
Virginian Indian Wars. 

79 pvJCCORD, GEORGE LAWRENCE. Pueblo, Col. 2372 

Fifth in descent from Captain John Paxton (1715-1787), 
Virginian Indian Wars. 

80 ACCORD, ROBERT HAMDEN. St. Joseph, Mo. 2373 

Fifth in descent from Captain John Paxton (1715-1787), 
Virginian Indian Wars. 

48 MILLARD, CLIFFORD ISAAC St. Louis. 1275 

Seventh in descent from Joseph Peck ( - ), Deputy to 

the General Court of Connecticut, 1700. 'Of, '02, '03, r 04, '07, 
'10,'11,'13,'14,*18. 

Sixth in descent from Ephraxm Peck (1692-1760), Ensign 
and Captain of the Newtown Train Band, 1 734-44. Deputy 
to the General Court of Connecticut, 1 750. 



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5& fyJOULTON, JOHN HENRY, Alton, 111. 1351 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Marston (1615-1690), 
Representative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1677, 
and Representative to the General Court of New Hampshire, 
1680-84. 

Sixth in descent from Ephr aim Marston (1 655- 1 742) , Repre- 
sentative to the General Court of New Hampshire, 1 697- 1 109 1 

'is, f \6, m. 

Eighth in descent from William Eastow ( -1665), Repre- 
sentative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1644, '48, '49. 

Seventh in descent from Christopher Hussey (1595-1636), a 
member of the Council of New Hampshire, 1630. Represen- 
tative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1658-60. 

Seventh in descent from Robert Page (1604-1679), Repre- 
sentative to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1657, '68. 

Seventh in descent from Lieutenant John Sanborn (1620-92), 
Lieutenant of the Military Company of Hampton, N. H., 1679. 

Ninth in descent from Andrew Ward (1600-59), one of the 
Commissioners appointed by the Bay Colony, March 3, 1636, 
to govern the people of Connecticut. One of the Assistants of 
the First General Court who declared "that there shall be an 
offensive war against the Pequoitt," May 1, 1637. 

Sixth in descent from Captain Joseph Wakeman (J 670- 
1726), Lieutenant, 1704, Captain, 1708, Fairfield Train Band. 
Member Fairfield County Committee of War, 1709. Assistant, 
1724-25. 

Eighth in descent from Jehu Burr, 2d. Member of Connecti- 
cut Council of War, 1675-76. Deputy tor Fairfield, 1660-91. 

Sixth in descent from Captain Daniel Bradley (1701-65), 
Ensign, Fairfield Company, 1743. Lieutenant, Connecticut 
Regiment, expedition to Cape Breton, 17i5. Captain Fairfield 
Company, 1747. 

Eighth in descent from Deputy-Governor Stephen Goodyear 

( -1658), Deputy-Governor of New Haven Colony, \655-53 f 

and Commissioner for the United Colonies, 1643. 

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23 NEWCOMB, GEORGE AMOS. St. Louis. 1147 

Fourth in descent from Isaac Newcomb ( 1 700-1 761) , a 
private in the Company of Capt. Richard Thayer, Massa- 
chusetts Troops, 1747. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Richard Brackett (1610-1690), 
Commander of the Militia of Braintree, Mass. Member of the 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, of Boston, 1636. 
Deputy to the General Court, 1655-SO. 

10 OBEAR, CLARENCE CONDE.* St. Louis. 759 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Peregrine White (1620-1704), 
first child born of the English in New England. Captain of 
Massachusetts Troops and member of Council of War at 
Plymouth, 1675. 

U O BEAR, FRANK. St. Louis. 760 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Peregrine White (1620-1704, 
first child born of the English in New England. Captain of 
Massachusetts Troops and member of Council of War at 
Plymouth, 1675. 

72 pEARCE, HON. CHARLES EDWARD. St. Louis. 2093. 

Seventh in descent from Captain Nicholas Stillwell (1612- 
1671), who organized a Troop of Horse in Virginia against 
the Indians, 1644. Captured Kmg Ohechancanagh, successor 
to Powhatan. In 1663 was Lieutenant under Captain Martin 
Kregier in the Second Esopus War. 

50 Randall, john frederic. St. Louis. 1277 

Seventh in descent from Capt. George Denison (1620-1694), 
Captain, New London County forces in King Philip's War. 
Served in Mai. John Mann's expedition and in Maj. Taicott's 
expedition. Second in command to Maj. Robeit Treat in the 
Great Swamp Fight. Served on the frontier. Captured the 
Indian Chief Canonchet. Chosen with Maj. John Mason to 
assist the Pequot Chiefs to govern their tribes. Assistant and 
deputy from Stonington to the General Court fifteen terms, 
Colony of Connecticut. 

• Dlei, December at, 1S97. 

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Seventh in descent from Capt. James Avery (1620-1694), 
Ensign, Lieutenant and Captain of the New London Com- 
pany* Served throughout King Philip's War in command of 
forty English from Stoning ton, New London and Lyme* In 
1 676 was Captain of one of the four Companies which pro- 
tected the frontier. Was in the Great Swamp Fight. Twelve 
times Deputy to the General Court. 1 656-60. 

3 1 ROGERS, ALFRED HARRISON. Joplin,Mo. 1155 

Fourth in descent from Timothy Green ( J 735- 1312). Was 
commissioned July 18th t 1 763, a Captain in the 2d Battalion 
of the Pennsylvania Regiment in active service under Col. 
Boquet, during his expedition for the relief of Fort Pitt in 1 763 
and '64. 

5 1 gABIN, DAVID DICKEY. 1^96568 Belvidere, 111. 1278 

Sixth in descent from Benjamin Sabin (1646-1725), 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, J 719, '23. 

Seventh in descent from William Sabin, Deputy to the 
General Court of Plymouth Colony, 1657, '59, '60, '6 1, 70, 1L 

43 SABIN, SIDNEY AVERY. Belvidere, 111. 1 270 

Eight in descent from Capt. James Avery (J 620-1 694) , 
Ensign, Lieutenant and Captain of the New London Com- 
pany. Served throughout King Philip's War in command 
of forty English from Stonington, New London and Lyme. 
In 1676 was Captain of one of the four Companies which pro- 
tected the frontier. Was in the Great Swamp Fight. Twelve 
times Deputy to the General Court, f 656-80* 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. James Avery, Jr. (1646-1732), 
Lieutenant in the Connecticut Colonial forces during the 
Frontier Wars. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. George Denison (1620-1694), 
Captain, New London County forces in King Philip's War. 
Served in Maj. John Mann's expedition and in lVTaj. Talcott's 
expedition. Second in command to Maj. Robert Treat in the 
Great Swamp Fight. Served on the frontier. Captured the 
Indian Chief Canonchet. Chosen with Maj. John Mason to 
assist the Pequot Chiefs to govern their tribes. Assistant and 
Deputy from Stonington to the General Court fifteen terms, 
Colony of Connecticut. 

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52 gABIN, EUGENE FRANCIS. Belvidere, 111. 1279 

Eighth in descent from Capt. James Avery (1620-1694), 
Ensign, Lieutenant and Captain of the New London Com- 
pany. Served throughout King Philip's War in command of 
forty English from Stoninglon, New London and Lyme. In 
1 676, was Captain of one of the four Companies which pro- 
tected the frontier. Was in the Great Swamp Fight. Twelve 
times Deputy to the General Court, 1 656-80. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. James Avery, Jr. (1646- 
1732), Lieutenant in the Connecticut Colonial forces during 
the Frontier Wars. 

Eighth in descent from Capt. George Denison (1620-1694), 
Captain New London County forces in King Philip's War. 
Served in Maj. John Mann's expedition and in Maj. Taicott/s 
expedition. Second in command to Maj. Robert Treat in the 
Great Swamp Fight. Served on the frontier. Captured the 
Indian Chief Canonchet. Chosen with Maj. John Mason to 
assist the Pequot Chiefs to govern their tribes. Assistant and 
Deputy from Stonington to the General Court fifteen terms, 
Colony of Connecticut. 

30 gAMPSON, HON. CLARK HAMILTON. St. Louis. 1154 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Myles Standish (1584-1656). 
February 27th, 162 J, he received the first military commission 
given in this country. In 1649 he was appointed "General-in- 
Chief" of all the Companies in the Colony. Before coming to 
Plymouth Colony in the Mayflower, he held a commission 
from Queen Elizabeth and served in the Low Countries in aid 
of the Dutch. 

Sixth in descent from Abraham Sampson, Member of the 
Duxbury Militia Company, 1643. 

Seventh in descent from Lieutenant Samuel Nash, Lieuten- 
ant of Duxbury Militia Company. Sheriff and Chief Mar- 
shal of the Colony. 

Seventh in descent from John Alden (1599- J 687), one of the 
signers of the original Mayflower Compact. Member under 
arms of Captain Myles Stand'ish's Duxbury Company, 
1643. Assistant, 1 633-4 1, and 1650-36. Deputy to the 
General Coxirt, 1641-49, Member of the Council of War, 
1653, '60, '75, and '76, Plymouth Colony. 

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3 gANDS, JAMES THOMAS. St, Louis, 752 

Sixth in descent from Capt. James Sands (1622-1695), 
Deputy of New Shoreham County, R. I., 1665. Assistant 
Warden, J 676. Commanded the New Shoreham Company 
in King Philip's War, and his house was turned into a fort 
and garrisoned by him. 

Seventh in descent from Ensign Thomas Cornell (1595- 
1696), Ensign, Portsmouth Militia, 1642-44. Who served with 
Gov. Kieft against Indians, Colony of Rhode Island. 

Eighth in descent from John Talcott (1600 1660), Wethers- 
field, Conn,, Deputy to General Court of Massachusetts, 
1634-36. Deputy to General Court of Connecticut, 1637-53. 
"Assistant/* 1654-60. Treasurer, 1652-60. Commissioner 
for the United Colonies, 1656-58. 

Eighth in descent from Sergeant Samuel Wright (1629- 
1675). Sergeant in King Philip's War. Killed at North- 
ampton, 2d September. 



45 gHAPLEIGH, ALFRED LEE. St Louis. 1272 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. John Shapleigh (1640-1706), 
Sergeant, 1663. Ensign, 1665. Lieutenant, 1696, of Kittery 
Company, County of York, Massachusetts Bay Province. 
Representative to the General Court, 1696. Killed by the 
Indians at Spruce Creek (Kittery), April 29th, 1706. His son 
Nicholas was captured at the same time and carried to Canada 
and inhumanly treated ; was afterwards released and returned 
home. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. Tobias Langdon (1660-1725), 
Portsmouth County Provincial Troops. Commissioned Ensign 
1689. Lieutenant, 1692. Captain, 1696, King William and 
Queen Anne's Wars, Province of New Hampshire. 

Sixth in descent from John Platsted, Representative to the 
General Court of New Hampshire, 1693. 

Fourth in descent from Nicholas Shapleigh (1720- ), 

Soldier in the Blue 1 roop of Horse, Sir William Pepperrell's 
Regiment, 1757. 

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Fifth in descent from Major Nicholas Shapleigh (J680- ), 

Representative to the General Court of Massachusetts for York 
County, Maine, \ 733. Captain and Major of York County- 
Troops, \ 733, 

Fifth in descent from Elisha Plaisted, captured by the 
Indians, September Jo, X7X2, and ransomed by his father later 
for £300. First representative to General Court of Massa- 
chusetts for Berwick, Maine, J7J4. 

Seventh in descent from Roger Plaisted (J 627-75), Deputy 
to the General Court of Massachusetts, from Kittery, Maine, 
J663, '64, f 65, 73. Lieutenant of Kittery Company, \ 668, '75. 
Associate Justice, 1673. Assistant, \ 675. Killed by Indians at 
Salmon Falls, October \ 6, J 675, King Philip's War. 

Eighth in descent from Anthony Stanyan, Deputy to the 
General Court of Massachusetts for Hampton, N. H., f 654, '80, 

Seventh in descent from John Pickering, Jr., Deputy to 
General Court of Massachusetts for Portsmouth, N. H., J 680. 
Member of Assembly of New Hampshire, \ 684-9 J; Deputy 
from Portsmouth to the Convention to choose a form of 
government, J 690. Lieutenant of Portsmouth Company, 
J690. Captain, 1692. 

Sixth in descent from Colonel John Wheelwright, Com- 
mander at Fort Saco, Maine, J 702. Maintained a garrison 
at Wells, J703, '04, 'U. Captain in Queen Anne's War, 1712. 
Colonel and Commander of Forces, \ 722. In \ 708, chosen 
Judge of Court of Common Picas, and served 25 years. In 
\ 749, chosen officer for purchasing provisions for the forces. 

Seventh in descent from Samuel Wheelwright, Deputy to 
General Court of Massachusetts for York, Maine, J67J, '77. 
Associate, J 676. Maintained a garrison at Wells, \ 675-89. 
Judge of Court of Common Pleas in J 694, and served six 
years. 

Eighth in descent from Jeremy Houchin, Deputy to the 
General Court of Massachusetts for Hin^ham, J 65 J, '52, '53, 
'54, f 55, '57, f 5o. Deputy for Salisbury, lo63, f 65 f '67. 

Ninth in descent from Deputy-Governor Ambrose Gibbons 
(J600-J656), Deputy-Governor of New Hampshire* 1630. 
Captain Portsmouth Colony Alarm, J 643. 

Eighth in descent from Henry Sherburne, Deputy to the 
General Court of Massachusetts from Portsmouth, N. H., \ 660. 

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74 gHORT, REV. WILLIAM, D. D. St. Louis. 2323 

Seventh in descent from Deputy-Governor Roger Ludlow 
(1590-1 665), Assistant, Massachusetts Bay Colony, J 630. 
Deputy-Governor, 1 634. Served with Mason as "Adviser" in 
Pequot War. Deputy-Governor, Connecticut Colony, 1 639. 
Commander-in-Chief of Connecticut forces in anticipated con- 
flict with the Manhattoes and Dutch. 

Eighth in descent from Sergeant Edward Riggs (1619-1669), 
of Roxbury, Mass., who served in Pequot War, J 637. 

Sixth in descent from Captain Ebenezer Johnson, Captain of 
Stratford Connecticut Company (1690) cf sixty English and 
forty Indians for the defense of Albany, and was paid by 
Governor Fletcher "for conducting the soldiers thither." 

Eighth in descent from Lieutenant William French (1664- 
168 J), Billerica, Mass. Deputy to the General Court, 1 663. 
Lieutenant in King Philip's War. 



i 3 Spencer, hon. selden palmer, a. m., Ph.D., St. Louis. 76; 

Fifth in descent from Isaac Spencer (1678-1751), Deputy to 
the General Court of Connecticut, J 734. 

Seventh in descent from Ensign Jared Spencer (1614-1635), 
Commissioned Ensign, 1656. Served in King Fhilip's War. 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1674, '75/78, 79, 
'80, '83. 

Sixth in descent from Capt. William Pratt (1653-1713). 
Was granted permission in i6/5 f by xhe Council at Hartford. 
to fortify and garrison bis house. Appointed Lieutenant of 
Connecticut troops in \ 7C9, and Captain of the First Company 
or Train Band, May, 1717. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. William Pratt ( - ), 

Lieutenant of the Say brook forces that fought under Mason 
in Pequot War. Deputy, \666 f '67. 

Fourth in descent from Capt. William Brockway (1723- 
1793), Captain of the Fifth Company or Train Band, in the 
town of Lyme. 

Eighth in descent from John Clark ( -1673). Patentee 

of Connecticut under the Charter from Charles IL, 1663. 
Soldier cf the Pequot W*r, 1637. Deputy to the General 
Court of Connecticut, 1641, '65. 

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Eighth in descent from Sergeant Richard Church (1608- 
1667), Plymouth Volunteer in Pequot War, 1637. 

Ninth in descent from Rev. John Wilson (J 558-1 667). 
With Gov. Winthrop and Dep.-Gov. Dudley as Ruling Elder, 
organized the first church in Boston. Chaplain of Massa- 
chusetts Troops in an expedition against the Pequots. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Selden (1651-1724), a soldier 
in King Philip's War. Was in the Fails Fight, May 1 8th, 1 676. 

Seventh in descent from Lieut. Alex. Marsh (1628-1698), an 
officer in the Indian Wars, and Deputy to the General Court 
of Massachusetts, 1692. 

Seventh in descent from John Pratt (1644- ), Ensign of 

Train Band of Saybrook, 1 684. Deputy to the General Court 
of Connecticut, 1684, '89, '91. 

Sixth in descent from Nathaniel Pratt ( - ), Lieuten- 
ant of the First Company or Train Band of Saybrook, 1717. 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1719, '21. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. Samuel Selden (1695-1745), 
Lieutenant and Giptain of the Third Company or Train 
Band of Lyme, 1738, '40. Deputy to the General Court of 
Connecticut, 1744. 

Fourth in descent from Col. Samuel Selden (1723-1776), 
Lieutenant of the Fifth Company of Lyme, 1752. Major, 
October, 1774. Colonel of the Batallion of Foot, June, 1776. 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1762, ; 63, '64, '65, 
f 66, '68, f 6% '71, '72, '73. 

Seventh in descent from William Dudley (1639-1700), 
Deputy to the General Court cf Connecticut, 1682, '83, '84, 
f Z5 t '87, '92, '93, '94, f 95. 

Sixth in descent from Joseph Dudley (1674- ), Ensign 

and Lieutenant of the Company or Tram Band of Saybrook, 
1724-28. Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1721. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Lee ( -1705), Ensign 

of the Company or Train Band of Lyme. Deputy to the 
General Court of Connecticut, lb7o, f 65. 

Seventh in descent from Reincld Marvin ( -1676), Ser- 
geant of Connecticut Troops, 16of. Deputy to the General 
Court of Connecticut, J 670, '75. 

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Sixth in descent from John Colt (1658-1751), Ensign of the 
Company or Train Band of Lyme, J 709* Lieutenant, 1717. 
Captain, J 723* Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 
1712, f \% '22, '23, '24, '26, '23, '29, '30, '31. 

Sixth in descent from Richard Ely (1697-1777), Ensign of 
the North Company or Train Band of Lyme, 1723. Lieuten- 
ant, 1 726. Captain, 1 733. Deputy to the General Court of 
Connecticut, 1719, '24, '25, '26, '28, '37. 

Seventh in descent from Capt. Joseph Peck (1 641-1718), 
Ensign of the Company or Train Band of Lyme, 1678. 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1676, '90, '91, '95, 
'96, '97, >9%, '99, 1700, '01, '02, '03, '04, '05, '06, '08, '09, '10. 

Eighth in descent from George Clark (1610-1690), Deputy to 
the General Court of Connecticut, 1664, f 66 f f 69, '73. 

Eighth in descent from Reinold Marvin 3d. Deputy to the 
General Court of Connecticut, 1711-23. 

14 <§ PENCER, HORATIO NELSON, M. D. St. Louis. 763 

Fourth in descent from Isaac Spencer (1678-1751), Deputy 
to the General Court of Connecticut, 1734. 

Sixth in descent from Ensign Jared Spencer (1614-1685), 
commissioned Ensign, 1656. Served in King Philip's War. 
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1674, '75, '73, '79, 
'80, '83. 

Fifth in descent from Capt. William Pratt ;t653-1718). Was 
granted permission in 1675 by the Council at Hartford to 
fortify and garrison his house. Appointed Lieutenant of 
Connecticut Troops in 1709, and Captain of the First Company 
or Train Band, May, 1717. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. William Pratt ( - ). Lieu- 
tenant of the Saybrook forces that fought under Mason in 
Pequot War. Deputy, 1666-67. 

Third in descent from Capt* William Brock way (1723- 
1798), Captain of the Fifth Company or Train Band in the 
town of Lyme. 

Seventh in descent from John Clark (. -1673), Patentee of 
Connecticut undtr the Charter from Charles II., 1663. SoMier 
of the Pequot War, 1637. Deputy to the General Court of 
Connecticut, 1641-65. 

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Seventh in descent from Sergt. Richard Church (1603-1667), 
Plymouth, Volunteer in Pequot War, 1637* 

Eighth in descent from Rev. John Wilson (1558-1667) . 
With Gov. Winthrop and Dep.-Gov. Dudley as Ruling Elder, 
organized the first church in Eoston. Chaplain of Massa- 
chusetts Troops in expedition against the Pequots. 

Fifth in descent from Joseph Selcen ( 1 651 -i 724:) f a soldier 
in King Philip^ War. Was in the Falls Fight, May 1 8th, 1 676. 

Sixth in descent from Lieut. Alex Marsh (1 628- J 698), an 
officer in the Indian Wars and Deputy to the General Court 
of Massachusetts, 1 692. 

62 Swisher, Stephen Alfred. iowa city, iowa. 1536 

Fifth in descent from Thomas Rose, Deputy to the General 
Court of Connecticut, 1695. 



49 fUTTLE, RT. REV. DANIEL SYLVESTER, D. D., S. T. D., 

BISHOP OF MISSOURI- St. Louis. J 276 

Fourth in descent from Daniel Tuttle (1680-1743), Captain 
of the South East Company or Train Band of Wallingford, 
Conn., 1738. 



40 VOORFffil-S, WILLIAM PERRINE. Kansas City, Mo. 1267 

Seventh in descent from Jan Strycker (1615-1697), Member 
of the great Landtag in New Amsterdam, 1664. Member of 
the Hempstead Convention, 1665. Schepen, 1673. Captain 
of the Military Company at Midwout, L. I. Deputy to the 
great Conference at New Orange, 1674. 

Sixth in descent from Pieter Strycker (1653-1741), Captain, 
Kings County Militia, 1689. 

Fifth in descent from Jan Strycker, Jr. (1684-1770), a mem- 
ber of Capt. Vandevere's Company, Kings County Militia, 1715. 

Sixth in descent from Jacobus Gerritsen Strycker (1617-1637). 
Delegate to the Convention bz\d at New Orange to confer 
with Gov. Colve, March 26th, 1674. 



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Sixth in descent from Colonel Gerardus Beekman, M. D., 
1653-1723. Captain of Militia at Flat Bush, 1681. Major, 
1689. Lieutenant-Colonel of King's County Militia, 1 693. 
Colonel, 1 700-03. Member of Leisler's Council, 1 690-91. 
Member of Council, 1 705-23. President and Deputy-Governor, 
1 709- JO. 

Seventh in descent from Lieutenant Wilhelmus Beekman 
( 1 623- 1 707). Lieutenant in the Burgher Corps of New 
Amsterdam, 1 652-58. Vice-Director on the South River, 
i65&-64:. Schout at Esopus, 1664. Lieutenant in the Militia 
under the Dutch, 1 673. Deputy-Mayor of New York, 1 6Z \ -83. 

Sixth in descent from Major Cornelius Van Brunt ( -1754), 

King's County, Militia, November, 1700. Member of the 
General Assembly of the Province of New York, 1 699-1 711. 

Sixth in descent from Daniel Polhemus, Cornet, King's 
County, New York Militia, 1690. Captain of Troop of Horse. 

Sixth in descent from Abraham De La Noye, Corporal in 
the Burgher Corps at New Amsterdam, 1 653. 

81 \\ T ALKER, STOUGHTON. St. Joseph, Mo. 2374 

Fourth in descent from Phineas Walker, Private in Capt. 
Baldwin's Company, Colonel Timothy Ruggles' Regiment, 
Massachusetts Troops, 1759. 

Ninth in descent from Captain Richard "Walker (1592-1637), 
Deputy from Reading to Ma.ssachusetts General Court. 1640, 
et seq. Lieutenant in a Company defending Lynn against the 
Indians, 1632. Ensign of the Lynn Company, 1637. April 18 
ordered out by the General Court for the war against the 
Pequots. Captain, 1656. A member of the Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery Company in London, 1622; Boston, 1638, 
and was Captain in 1656. 

Sixth in descent from Thomas Stoiu.hton, Ensign of the 
Windsor Train Band, 1689. Captain, 1698. Lieutenant, 
1734. Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, 1699, 
1725, f 26 t '27, '23, '29, '33. 

Seventh in descent from Thomas Stoughton, Ensign and 
Lieutenant of the Train Band of Windsor, 1640. 

Sixth in descent from Ebenezer Eastman, Captain in New 
Hampshire service, 1 747. 

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Seventh in descent from Richard Edwards, Deputy to the 
General Court of Connecticut for Hartford, \ 669-1673* 

Eighth in descent from William Edwards, Trooper under 
command of Major John Mason, 1657. 

Eighth in descent from William Wadsworth, Captain of the 
1st Company of Train Band of Farmington, Conn., J7J5. 
Deputy to the General Court for Farmington, J7JS-25. 

4 \ ^ARD, HUGH CAMPBELL. Kansas City, Mo. J 263 

Fifth in descent from Seth Ward, Member Virginia House 
of Burgesses, \ 768. 

46 \y ATSON, REV. S AMUEL NEWELL, D.D., Chillicothe, Ohio. \ 273 

Seventh in descent from Robert Burnett ( -17J4), one of 

the proprietors of East New Jersey, and Councillor of the 
Province. 

Sixth in descent from Elisha Lawrence ( -J 724), Member 

of General Assembly, Province of New Jersey, M -J 72 J. 

Fifth in descent from Michael Kearney, Treasurer Province 
of East New Jersey, J 723, f 25* Held a commission in Her 
Majesty's Navy. Clerk of the General Assembly of New 
Jersey. 

35 \yELSH, HON. MILTON. Kansas City, Mo. U59 

Seventh in descent from Colonel Nicholas Grecnbury 

( -1697), Member of the Council of Sir Lionel Copley, first 

Royal Governor, \ 692. President of the Council, \ 694. Act- 
ing Governor of the Province of Maryland from September 9th 
to September 25th, 16°3. Commissary-General of the Province, 
J692. Chancellor and Keeper of the Great Seal, J 692-94. 
Field Officer for the County of Anne Arundel, J 694. 

67 \yELSH, REV. LUTHER WINFiELD. Hannibal, Mo. J 807. 

Seventh in descent from Colonel Nicholas Greenbury 

( -J697), Member of the Council of Sir Lionel Copley. First 

Royal Governor, 1692. President of the Council, 1694. Acting 
Governor of the Province of Maryland, \ 693. Commissary- 
General of the Province. 1692* Chancellor and Keeper oi the 
Great Seal, 1692-94. Field Officer for the County of Anne 
Arundel, Jo94. 



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Seventh in descent from Hon. Colonel John Hammond 
(J63 7- J 707), Colonel of Forces of Anne Arundel County, 
Maryland, October 4, 1699. Member of the House of Bur- 
gesses, April, J 692* Major-General of the "Western Shore of 
Her Majesty's Province of Maryland. One of Her Majesty's 
Most Honorable Council, and Judge of the High Court of 
Admiralty in the said Province. 

Seventh in descent from Garret van Sweringen (1636-1698) , 
Councillor and Commissary General from the City of Amster- 
dam to the City of New Amstel (now Newcastle, Del.). 

Fourth in descent from Henry Griffith (t 720- 1 794), seven 
times a Member of the Assembly of the Province of Maryland* 

Seventh in descent from Hon. John Dorsey (1663-1714), 
Member of the Maryland Council 1710-14. 

27 WHITE, JOHN BAREER. Kansas City, Mo. 1151 

Fourth in descent from Col. Jonathan White (1 70S- 1 788), 
Commanded a company in the town of Lancaster, Mass., in 
the French and Indian War. Commissioned Captain. March 
29th, 1 755, in the Worcester Regiment of Col. Ruggies, which 
marched from Crown Point. On the expedition he was 
promoted Major, and before the end of the campaign was 
made Lieutenant-Colonel. Was in the battle near Lake 
George, September 8th, 1 755. Was commissioned Colonel, 
February 18th, 1756, and ordered with his regiment to Lake 
Champlain, and served to the end of the war. 

Fourth in descent from Sergeant Josiah White, Jr. (1682- 
1772), Sergeant in the command of a garrison in Lancaster, 
(1704-11). Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 
1728, '29, '30, '31, '37, '45. 

Fifth in descent from Josiah Whitcomb ( 1 638-1 7 18), Com- 
mander of a Garrison in Lancaster, 1704-11. Deputy to the 
General Court of Massachusetts, 17 JO. 

Fifth in descent from Captain Jabez Fairbanks (1670-1753;), 
Soldier in Lancaster Garrison, J704. Commander of Garrison, 
1711. Witli the two Acad-an Expeditions in Che invasion of 
Canada, 1707-1 7 JO. Was in Loveweii's War, J 722-26. Was 
Lieutenant, 1723-24. Commanded a Company, \<jl\c JS. 
J 724. Deputy to the Generai Court of Massachusetts* 1714, 
'21, '22, *23, '37, '33. 

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Fourth in descent from Trumpeter Simon B-utler (1715-1795). 
Trumpeter in the Company of Captain John Carter, a Mounted 
Company detached out of Colonel Oliver Wilder's Regiment 
that marched from Lancaster , Mass., for the relief of Fort 
William Henry, 1 757. 

Sixth in descent from Captain Thomas Wilder (1645-1716). 
Soldier in King William's War. Lieutenant, July 3, 1 689. 
Captain of a Garrison at Lancaster, Mass., 1711. 

Fifth in descent from Colonel James Wilder (1680-1739). 
Soldier in King William's War. Ensign, 1 71 7, f i 8-2 1. Captain, 
1 722-23. Colonel, J 737. Deputy to the General Court of 
Massachusetts, 1 73 1. 

Seventh in descent from Ralph Houghton (1623-1693). 
First Clerk of the Writs, 1656-32 of the town of Lancaster, 
Mass. Was one of the four who first signed the Lancaster 
Proprietors' Covenant. Deputy to the General Court of 
Massachusetts, J 673, f Z9. 

Seventh in descent from John Prescott, Sr. (J 604-163 J). 
Founder of Lancaster, Mass. Built a Garrison in Lancaster, 
1 654, which was known a^ "Prescott's Garrison," and was 
Commander of the same. 

Sixth in descent from Lawrence Waters. Soldier in Gar- 
rison at Lancaster, 1 675, and earlier. 

Sixth in descent from Captain Andrew Gardner ( -J 690). 

Deputy to the General Court of Massachusetts, 1 689. Captain 
in the Expedition to Canada. lo c --0. 

Seventh in descent from Captain Hugh Mason (1605-1678). 
Lieutenant Watertown Train Band, 1645. Captain, 1652-78. 
Deputy to the General Court nine terms, 1635-77. Member 
of the Council of War, 1676. Commanded his Company in 
the "Sudbury Fight/' April 29, 1676, King Philip's War. 

37 Winter, lieut. francis anderson, 

M. D., U. S. A. West Point, N. Y. 1161 

Sixth in descent from John Alden ( -1687), one of the 

signers of the original Mayflower Compact. Member under 
arms of Captain Myles Standish's Duxbury Company, 
1643. Assistant, 1633-41 and 1650-86. Deputy to the Gen- 
eral Court, 1641-49. Member of the Council of War, 1653, 
'60, '75, and '76, Plymouth Colony. 

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73 Winter, samuel drew. St. Louis. 21 84 

Eighth in descent from John Alden (1599-1687), one of the 
signers of the original Mayflower Compact. Member under 
arms of Captain Myles Standish's Duxbury Company, 
1 643. Assistant, 1 633-4 1, and 1650-36. Deputy to the 
General Court, 1641-49* Member of the Council of War, 1 653, 
'60, 75, and 76, Plymouth Colony. 

5 \\ r YMAN, HENRY PURKITT. St. Louis. 754 

Fourth in descent from Lieut. Nehemiah Wyman (X722- 
1775), Sergeant in Captain David Green's Company of Col. 
Eleazer Tyng's Regiment, which marched to the relief of Fort 
William Henry in 1757. Also again served in Col. Tyng's 
Regiment from Woburn in 1 759. Lieutenant, 1763-74. 

Seventh in descent from Richard Cutter (1621-1693), Mem- 
ber and Officer of "The Artillery Company" in 1643. Leader 
and Officer of Train Band, Cambridge, Mass. 

6 Wyman, charles hadley. St. Louis. 755 

Fourth in descent from Lieut. Nehemiah Wyman (1722- 
1775), Sergeant in Captain David Green's Company of Col. 
Eleazer Tyng's Regiment, which marched to the relief of Fort 
William Henry in 1757. Also again served in Colonel Tyng's 
Regiment from Woburn m 1759. Lieutenant, 1763-74. 

Seventh in descent from Richard Cutter (1621-1693), Mem- 
ber and Officer of "The Artillery Company"' in 1643. Leader 
and Officer of Train Band, Cambridge, Mass. 



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j» LIST OF * 
ANCESTORS a^d DESCENDANTS. 



mai i>mw *Mui 



ANCESTORS IN CAPITALS. 



tntntnttHtitnti 



ADAMS, THOMAS. 

Adams, William Porter. 

ADAMS, HENRY. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

ALCOCK, GEORGE. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

ALDEN,JOHN. 

Winter, Francis Anderson. 
Winter, Samuel Drew. 
Sampson, Clark Hamilton. 

ALUS, WILLIAM. 

DeWolf, Edwin Allis. 

AYLETT, WILLIAM. 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

AVERY, JAMES. 

Randall, John Frederic 
Sabin, Sidney Avery. 
Sabin, Eugene Francis. 

AVERY, JAMES, JR. 

Sabin, Sidney Avery. 
Sabin, Eugene Francis. 

BALLORD, WILLIAM. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

BALLORD, NATHANIEL. 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 

BARRET, CHARLES. 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

BARRON, ELLIS. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

BATCHELDER, STEPHEN. 

>_.a«_M'-' t I • <~ n~ ■ • 

BATCHELDER, NATHANIEL S. 
Cadle, Henry. 

BEACH, NATHANIEL. 
Foote,John Crocker. 



BEACH, JOSIAH. 

Foote, John Crocker. 

BEEBE, JAMES. 

Brinsmade, Hobart. 

BEEKMAN, GERARDUS. 

Voorhees, WilUam Perrine. 

BEEKMAN, WILHEMUS. 

Voorhees, Wilham Perrine. 

BENT, JOHN, Sr. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

BOSTWICK, JOSEPH. 

Garvin, Frank Hamilton. 

BRACKETT, RICHARD. 

Newcomb, George Amos. 

BRADLEY, DANIEL. 

Moulton, John Henry. 

BROCKWAY, WILLIAM. 
Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

3ROOKE, ROBERT. 

Fleet, Alexander Frederick. 

BROWNE, WILLIAM. 

Edmunds, Henry Littleton. 

BROWN, JOHN. 

Brown, Willis. 

BULL. THOMAS. 

Hide, Charles Reuben. 

BULL, JONATHAN. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

BULKELEY, PETER. 

Cadie, Charles Francis. 

BURRILL, EBENEZER. 

Atwill, James William. 



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BURR, JEHU II. 

Moulton, John Henry. 

BURNETT, ROBERT. 

Watson, Samuel Newell. 

BUTLER, SIMON. 

White, John Barber. 

CANDEE, SAMUEL. 

Candee, Henry Hinsdale. 
Candee, Henry Safford. 

CARTER, ROBERT. 
Carter, John Scott. 

CHURCH, RICHARD. 

Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 
Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

CLARK, ROBERT. 

Anderson, John Wheelwright. 

CLARK, GEORGE. 

Clarke, William Bingham. 
Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

CLARK, JOHN. 

Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 
Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

CLAIBORNE, WILLIAM. 

Edmunds, Henry Littleton. 

CLAYPOOLE, JAMES. 
James, Thomas. 

COLLINS, EDWARD. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

COLT, JOHN. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

COOKE, MORDECAL 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

CONANT, EXERCISE. 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

CONANT, ROGER. 

Bloss, Orlando Powers. 

CORBIN, HENRY. 

Barret, Richard Aylett. 

CORNELL. THOMAS. 

Sands, fames '1 nomas. 

CRANE, JONATHAN. 

Bloss, Orlando, Powers. 

CROCKER, WILLIAM. 
Foote, John Crocker. 

CUTTER, RICHARD. 

Wyman, Henry Purkitt. 
Wyman, Charles Had ley. 



DE LANCEY, STEPHEN. 

Bascome, Western Radford. 

DE LA NOYE, ABRAHAM. 

Voorhees, William Perrine. 

DENISON, GEORGE. 

Gardiner, Curtiss Crane. 
Randall, John Frederic. 
Sabin, Sidney Avery. 
Sabin, Eugene Francis. 

DORSEY,JOHN. 

Welsh, Luther Winfield. 

DOWNING, EMANUEL. 
Hale, Charles Reuben. 

DUDLEY, THOMAS. 
Green, John. 

DUDLEY, WILLIAM. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

DUDLEY, JOSEPH. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

EASTMAN, EBENEZER. 
Walker, Stoughton. 

EASTOW, WILLIAM. 

Cadle. Henry. 

Moulton, John Henry. 
EDWARDS, RICHARD. 

Wallcer, Stoughton. 

EDWARDS, WILLIAM. 
Wallcer, Stoughton. 

ELIOT, ROBERT. 

Leighton, George Eliot. 

ELY, NATHANIEL. 

Foote, John Crocker. 

ELY, RICHARD. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

FAIRBANKS, JABEZ. 
Wrute, John Barber. 

FASSETT,JOHN. 
Hay:s, John. 

FASSETT, JOSLVH. 
Hayes* John. 

FLSK, NATHANIEL. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

FLEETE, HENRY. 

Fleet, Alexander Frederick. 
FOGG, JAMES. 

Cadle, Henry. 

FOOTE, NATHANIFL, I. 
Foote, John Crocker. 



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FOOTE, NATHANIEL, II. 
Foote, John Crocker. 

FOOTE, NATHANIEL, m. 
Foote, John Crocker. 

FOOTE, DANIEL. 

Foote, John Crocker. 

FRENCH, WILLIAM. 
Short, William. 

FROST, CHARLES. 

Leighton, George Eliot. 

GARDINER, LION. 

Gardiner, Curtiss Crane. 

GARDNER, ANDREW. 
White, John Barber. 

GAYLORD, WILLIAM. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

GIBBONS, AMBROSE^ 

Leighton, George Eliot. 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

GREEN, TIMOTHY. 

Rogers, Alfred Harrison. 

GREENBURY, NICHOLAS. 
Welsh, Milton. 
Welsh, Luther Winfield. 

GREGG, SAMUEL. 

Gregg, William Henry. 
Gregg, Norris Bradford. 
Gregg, William Henry, Jr. 

GRIFFITH, HENRY. 

Welsh, Luther Winfield. 

GROVES, PHILIP. 

Foote, John Crocker. 

GOODRICH, WILLIAM. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

GOODYEAR, STEPHEN. 
Moulton, John Henry* 

HALE, SAMUEL. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

HALE, SAMUEL. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

HAMMOND, JOHN. 

Welsh, Luther Winfield. 

HAVEN, RICHARD. 

Cadle, Charles Trancis. 

HIGLEY, JOHN. 

Hale, Chark i Reuben. 

HIGLEY, BREWSTER. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 



HILL, JOHN. 

Leighton, George Eliot. 

HOLLISTER, JOHN, JR. 
Hale, Charles Reuben. 

HOLLISTER, JOHN. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

HOLCOMB, NATHANAEL. 
Hale, Charles Reuben. 

HOLYOKE, ELIZUR. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

HOLYOKE, EDWARD. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

HOUCHIN, JEREMY. 

Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

HOUGHTON, RALPH. 
White, John Barber. 

HOW, JOHN. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

HOW, DAVID, JR. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

HOW, DAVID. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

HOW, SAMUEL. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

HOWLAND,JOHN. 

Foote, John Crocker. 
Gardiner, Curtiss Crane. 

HOWLAND, JOHN, JR. 
Foote, John Crocker. 

HUBBARD, GEORGE. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

HUSSEY, CHRISTOPHER. 
Cadle, Henry. 
Moulton, John Henry. 

HUTCHINS, FRANCIS. 

Fleet, Alexander Frederick. 

JOHNSON, JAMES. 
Cadle, Henry. 

JOHNSON, JOHN. 
Cadle, Henry. 

JOHNSON, EBENEZER. 
Short, William. 

KEARNEY, MICHAEL. 

Bascome, Western Radford. 
Watson, Samuel Newell. 

KEARNEY, PHILIP. 

Bascome, Western Radford. 

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KELLOGG JOSEPH. 

Foote John Crocker. 

LANE, WILLIAM. 
Cadle, Henry. 

LANGDON, TOBIAS. 

Shapleigh, Alfred Lee* 

LAWRENCE, ELISHA. 

Watson, Samuel Newell. 

LEE, THOMAS. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

LEIGHTON,JOHN. 

Leighton, George Eliot. 

LOOMIS, JOSEPH. 

Foote, John Crocker. 

LUDLOW, ROGER. 
Short, William. 

MARSH, ALEX. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

MARSHFIELD, SAMUEL. 
Foote, John Crocker. 

MARSTON, THOMAS. 
Cadle, Henry. 
Moulton, John Henry, 

MARSTON, EPHRAIM. 
Cadle, Henry. 
Moulton, John Henry. 

MARVIN, REINOLD. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

MARVIN, REINOLD, in. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

MARVIN, MATTHEW. 
Hale* Cliarles Reuben. 

MASON, HUGH. 

White, John Barber. 

MAYO, WILLIAM. 

Crutcher, Edwin Ruthven. 

MERIWETHER, NICHOLAS. 

Meriwether, Hunter McKeand. 

MONTAGUE, PETER. 
Hays, Edgar Clinton. 

MOORE, ISAAC. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

MOORE, JOHN. 

Hale, diaries Reuben. 

MUNSON, THOMAS. 

Candee, Henry Hinsdale. 
Candee, Henry Saiiord. 



NASH. SAMUEL. 

Sampson, Clark Hamilton. 

NEALE JAMES. 

Fleet, Alexander Frederick. 

NEWCOMB, ISAAC. 

Newcomb, George Amos. 

NEWTON JAMES. 

Foote, John Crocker. 

NICOLL, WILLIAM. 

Bascome, Western Radford. 

NICOLL, MATTHIAS. 

Bascome, Western Radford. 

NORTON, JOHN, SR. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

PAGE, ROBERT. 
Cadle, Henry. 
Moulton, John Henry. 

PAXTONJOHN. 

McCord, William Hallack. 
McCord, James Hamilton. 
McCord, Samuel Steele. 
McCord, Francis. 
McCord, George Lawrence. 
McCord, Robert Hamden. 

PEABODY, FRANCIS. 

Cadle, Charles Francis* 

PECK, JOSEPH. 

Millard, Clifford Isaac 

PECK, EPHRAIM. 

Millard, Clifford Isaac 

PECK, JOSEPH. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

PEPPERJRELL, WILLIAM. 
Leighton, George Eliot. 

PICKERING, JOHN, JR. 

Shapleigh, /vlfred Lee. 

PLAISTEADJOHN. 

Sh ipleigh, Alfred Lee. 

PLAJSTFAD, ELISHA. 

Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

PLAISTEAD, ROGER. 

Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

POLHEMUS, DANIEL. 

Voorhees, William Perrine. 

PORTER, JOHN, SR. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

PORTER JOHN, JR. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 



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PORTER, JOHN. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

PRATT, WILLIAM. 

Soencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

PRATT, WILLIAM. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

PRATT, JOHN. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

PRATT, NATHANIEL. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

PRESCOTT, JOHN, SR. 

White, John Barber. 

PRESSLEY, PETER. 

Barrett, Richard Aylett. 

PRESSLEY, WILLIAM. 

Barrett, Richard Aylett. 

PYNCHON, WILLIAM. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

REDMAN, JOHN. 
Cadle, Henry. 

REDMAN, JOHN, SR. 
Cadle, Henry. 

, SAMUEL. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

RICE, EDMUND. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

RIGGS, EDWARD. 
Short, William. 

ROBIE. SAMUEL. 
Cadle, Henry. 

ROSE, THOMAS. 

Swisher, Stephen Alired. 

RUGGLES, TIMOTHY. 
Green, John. 

SABIN, BENJAMIN. 

Sabin, David Dickey. 

SABIN, WILLIAM. 

Sabin, David Dickey. 

SAMPSON, ABRAHAM. 

Sampson, Clark Hamilton. 

SANBORN. JOHN. 
Cadle, Henry. 
Moulton, John Henry. 

SANDS, JAMES. 

Sands, James Thomas. 



SCHUYLER, PHILIP PIETERSE. 
Bascome, Western Radford. 

SELDEN, SAMUEL. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

SELDEN, SAMUEL. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 

SELDEN, JOSEPH. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

SEYMOUR, TIMOTHY. 
Hale, Charles Reuben. 

SHAPLEIGH, JOHN. 

Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

SHAPLEIGH, NICHOLAS. 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

SHAPLEIGH, NICHOLAS. 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

SHAW, ROGER. 
Cadle, Henry. 

SHERBURNE, HENRY. 

Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

SKINNER, JOHN, 

Foote, John Crocker. 

SMITH, SAMUEL. 

Foote, John Crocker. 

SPENCER. JOSEPH. 

Brush, Edmund Cone. 

SPENCER, ISAAC. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

SPENCER, JARED. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

STANDISH, MYLES, 

Sampson, Clark Hamilton. 

STANTON, THOMAS. 

Gardiner, Curtiss Crane. 

STANYAN, ANTHONY. 
Shapleigh, Alfred \jhu 

STANDLEY, THOMAS. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

STEBBINS, EDWARD. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

STEELE, GEORGE. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

STEELE, AMES. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

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STILLWELL, NICHOLAS. 

Pearce, Charles Edv/ard. 

STODDARD, ANTHONY. 
Hale, Charles Reuben. 

STOUGHTON, THOMAS. 

Walker, Stoughton. 

STOUGHTON, THOMAS. 
Walker, Stoughton. 

STRYCKER, JAN. 

Voorhees, William Perrine. 

STRYCKER, JAN. JR. 

Voorhees, William Perrine. 

STRYCKER, PIETER. 

Voorhees, William. Perrine, 

STRYCKER, JACOBUS GERRIT- 
SEN. 
Voorhees, William Perrine. 

SWIFT, WILLIAM. 

Foote, John Crocker. 

TALCOTT, JOHN. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 
Sands, James Thomas. 

TALCOTT, SAMUEL. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

TALCOTT, BENJAMIN. 
Hale, Charles Reuben. 

TERRY, STEPHEN. 

Foote, John Crocker. 

THORNTON, FRANCIS. 

Meriwether, Hunter McKeand. 

TTLTON, PETER. 

Eastman, Lauren Chase. 

TILLY, JOHN. 

Foote, John Crocker. 

TREAT, RICHARD. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

TUTTLE, JOSEPH. 

Candee, Henry Hindsdale. 
Candee, Henry Safford. 

TUTTLE, DANIEL. 

Tuttle, Daniel Sylvester. 

TURNER, NATHANAEL. 
Hale, Charles Reuben. 

VAN BRUNT, CORNELIUS. 
Voorhees, William Perrine. 



VAN CORLANDT, STEVENSEN. 
Bascome, Western Radford. 

VAN RENSSELAER, JEREMIAS. 
Bascome, Western Radford. 

VAN SLICHTENHORST, BRANT 
ARENTSE. 

Bascome, Western Radford. 

VAN SWERINGEN, GARRET. 
Welsh, Luther Winfield. 

WADSWORTH, WILLIAM. 
Walker, Stoughton. 

WALKER, THOMAS. 

Block, Harry Leach. 

WALKER, RICHARD. 
Walker, Stoughton. 

WALKER, PHINEAS. 
Walker, Stoughton. 

WAKEMAN, JOSEPH. 

Moulton, John Henry. 

WARD, ANDREW. 

Moulton, John Henry. 

WARD, SETH. 

Ward, Hugh CampbelL 

WARREN, DANIEL, SR. 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 

WATERS, LAWRENCE. 
White, John Barber. 

WATTS, JOHN. 

Bascome, Western Radford. 

WEBSTER, JOHN. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

WEBSTER, ROBERT. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

WELLES, THOMAS. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 
Judson, Frederick Newton. 

WELLES, SAMUEL. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 
WELLES. ICHABOD. 

ILile, Charles Reuben. 
WELLES THOMAS, JR. 

Hale, Char Its Reuben. 
WELLES, JONATHAN. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 



WEST, JOHN. 

Edmunds, Henry Littleton. 

VAN CORTLANDT, STEPHANUS. WHEELWRIGHT, JOHN. 
Bascome, Western Radford. Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

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WHEEL WIGHT, SAMUEL. 
Shapleigh, Alfred Lee. 

WHEELER, JOSEPH. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

WHITE, JONATHAN. 
White, John Barber. 

WHITE JOSIAH, JR. 

White, John Barber. 

WHITE, PEREGRINE. 
Obear, Frank. 
Obear, Clarence Conde. 

WHITE JOHN. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

WHITE, NATHANAEL. 
Hale, Charles Reuben. 

WHITCOMB, JOSIAH. 
White, John Barber. 

WHITMAN, JOHN. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

WHITNEY, JONATHAN. 
Cadle, Charles Francis. 



WHITNEY, JOHN. 

Cadle, Charles Francis. 

WHITING, JOHN. 

Hale, Charles Reuben^ 

WHITING, WILLIAM. 

Hale, Charles Reuben. 

WILDER, THOMAS. 

White, John Barber. 

WILDER, JAMES. 

White, John Barber. 

WILSON, JOHN. 

Spencer, Selden Palmer. 
Spencer, Horatio Nelson. 

WINSTON, WILLIAM. 

Barrett, Richard Aylett. 

WRIGHT, SAMUEL. 

Sands, James Thomas. 

WYMAN, NEHEMIAH. 

Wyman, Charles Hadley. 
Wyman, Henry Purkitt. 



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Bora, Harwinton, Connecticut, December 6, \ 833. 






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